Entries in 'Japan' (377)
A failure to keep pace with changes to the international games market has hit the Japanese games industry hardest.
Professor Layton and Ni No Kuni developer Level-5 is currently developing three role-playing games for mobile platforms in Japan.
Despite two generations of failure in the Far East, Xbox One will be launched in Japan.
Nexon saw solid revenue and profit increases for the first quarter of its fiscal year, thanks to a major sales spike in Japan.
Premier League football club Manchester United has struck a deal that will see official social games launch in Japan.
Tomb Raider fans in Japan are being asked to buy $30 worth of additional content if purchasing the game on Steam.
The Japanese video games market grew by 1.2 per cent year-on-year for the 12 months ending March 31st.
Former Capcom developer Keiji Inafune has once again lashed out at Japanese games developers and the state of games development in the region.
Codemasters parent company Reliance Big Entertainment has acquired new studios in Korea and Japan with a view to increase its footprint in the two markets.
Sony Japan’s president Hiroshi Kawano has revealed that sales for Playstation Vita are up 400 per cent in Japan.
Nintendo’s Wii U failed to outsell Sony’s struggling PlayStation Vita in Japan last week.
UK retail may be advertising the PS4 as due in 2013, but its arrival in Europe before Christmas is anything but guaranteed.
The price of the PlayStation Vita has been cut by around £35 in Japan.
Microsoft’s policy regarding the exchange of MS Points for currency is leaving Japanese developers on the short end compared to their peers, according to G.Rev boss Hiroyuki Maruyama.
The popularity of Nintendo’s 3DS in Japan shows no signs of abating with the device having now sold over 10m units in the territory.
Sony has stopped manufacturing the amazingly successful PS2 in Japan.
Zynga will be closing its offices in Japan by the end of January, according to the company's head of operations in the territory.
Social games giant GREE has been named as the co-sponsor of Japan’s bid to host the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
And you thought Nintendo’s handheld wasn’t popular?
Unconfirmed reports suggest that the Wii U sold 307,471 units in its first week on sale in Japan.
Amazon has opened its Android Appstore for business in Japan.
Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II has debuted in second place in the weekly Japanese software chart.
A case of closing the stable doors after the horse has bolted?
An interactive Pokemon encyclopaedia called Pokemon Zukan has been launched on the Japanese Apple App Store.
Sales of the PlayStation Vita have fallen to an all-time low in Japan, but that’s not Sony’s biggest concern this week.