SCEE’s Social Media Manager, Jem Alexander has revealed that he has left his post at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe. Jem who had previously worked for Joystiq.com as well joined SCEE last year just before Sony revealed the PS3 Slim (Pre Gamescom) and as many will know, he is very well respected in the industry and it will be sad to see someone that made a big impact at SCEE move on. Jem posted a few works on the Official EU Playstation Blog earlier which can be found below-
Well guys, it’s been an amazing ride, but my time at Sony Computer Entertainment Europe has now come to an end. Since I started here last year — the week before gamescom, where we announced the PS3 Slim, no less — it’s been my absolute pleasure to bring you the latest news from within the company, as well as from our third party partners. Since then we’ve announced and released some amazing games.
I truly appreciate the time you take out of your busy days to read the site, so as editor of the PlayStation.Blog I wanted every post to be about the games that you would want to play. Thankfully our first party line-up has been absolutely stellar, with Uncharted 2 sitting firmly among my top three games of all time, so we’ve had as many Heavy Rain, Modnation Racers, God of War III, Gran Turismo 5, Move and Uncharted 2 posts as our team could muster. Mostly because I’m as interested in hearing about them as I know you are — and don’t you worry, there are plenty more great first party titles coming that have yet to be announced.
As many of you know I was a blogger at Joystiq before I came here. I love games (I think that’s obvious), and I love talking, reading and writing about them. Although I’m moving on from the PlayStation.Blog, I won’t be moving on from that interest and I’m sure you’ll see me around.
As a Sony loyalist since the days of the original PlayStation, it’s been a pleasure and an honour working at Sony Computer Entertainment. From what I’ve seen, we Sony fans have a lot to look forward to over the next year or so and I’ve no doubt that the PlayStation.Blog will continue to be the number one place to hear each new announcement as it happens.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m off to play an obscene amount of ModNation Racers. Wishing you all the best,
A big thanks to Jem for his involvement with Sony and I would like to personally wish him all the best for the future.
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