PlayStation - Games in Asia
Sales numbers for this generation of consoles have us wondering if Japanese people even own televisions anymore.
Finding Playstation-exclusives in India has been exceedingly tough for customers in the last six months or so. Playstation boss Atindriya Bose tells us why.
In the second part of our interview with Playstation India chief Atindriya Bose, we touch upon Sony’s handheld conundrums, the country’s potential on digital, and the company’s plans for local indie developers.
It’s a complaint that I hear every time I speak to a video game store buyer: ‘Why are there so few copies of God of War, The Last of Us and Uncharted? Why can’t Sony bring in more?’
And you know what? I can’t blame them.
Sony has pissed me off this week and my PS4 might be going for a swim if it doesn’t shape up. Next generation my ass.
Playstation Vita exclusive Freedom Wars will be out in Japanese this June 26, with a Traditional Chinese edition to follow in August.
Console culture in China to boom: Sony teams up with Shanghai Oriental Pearl (Group) Co. for Playstation consolesMay 26, 2014 | Mary-Anne Lee | One Comment
Sony, together with the Shanghai Oriental Pearl (Group) Co., will start making and selling Playstation consoles in China.
“A new experience or a new, unique system makes an indie game a good one,” said Koji Tada, director of developer relations at Sony Computer Entertainment Japan.
What was your home country’s game console culture like? Check out how different gaming cultures in different countries can be, and add your experiences to the sample.
Playstation is showing off Singapore indie games Rocketbirds 2, One Upon Light and the much-coveted Project Morpheus at its Casual Connect Singapore booth.
There are some exciting new updates for Playstation consoles today, most notably being able to turn off HDCP output and USB export of gameplay, whee!
Starting May 1, 2014, FIFA enthusiasts in Singapore will be able to purchase a Playstation 4 FIFA 14 bundle at S$659 ($524). Talk about football fever!
Sony Computer Entertainment Hong Kong’s Singapore branch is releasing a free-to-play game for the Playstation Vita (PS Vita) today titled Destiny of Spirits.
A device’s inability to listen to FM radio has always gotten my goat. Sure, nobody listens to the radio anymore, but have you stopped to think that it might be because they can’t?
There’s been a lot of talk recently about the need to re-introduce horror into the Resident Evil franchise, which has recently become more of a third-person shooter than a survival horror. I agree but before the series can go forward …