Entries in 'Japan' (377)
Japanese social games giant DeNA has reported a 45 per cent jump in quarterly revenue to $627m.
Information released as part of Nintendo’s recent investors conference suggest that the 3DS is enjoying a comfortable on-going sales advantage over PlayStation Vita.
The PS3 version of resident Evil 6 has debuted at the top of the Japanese charts.
Steam must address a few barriers if the digital distribution service wants to properly support the Japanese developer community, according to Marvelous AQL’s Esteban Salazar.
The Wii U has been given a Japanese launch date of December 8th.
The established Nintendo narrative amongst European journalists seems to be quite negative at the moment, but the story in Japan could hardly be better.
The Japanese market for social network games is expected to soar over the course of the current year.
Japanese publisher Q Entertainment is bringing a free-to-play RPG to PlayStation Vita this month.
The launch of the 3DS XL is pivotal to the future fortunes of the Nintendo 3DS and early sales numbers for the handheld are encouraging.
New PS3 DVR hardware Nasne has missed its proposed release in Japan today after Sony “suddenly put a hold on the product”.
Earth Defense Force 4 has been revealed by publisher D3.
Platinum Games’ Anarchy Reigns managed only eighth place in its first week in the Japanese software charts.
EXCLUSIVE: During the first half of 2012, Japan’s overall video game market was valued at ¥193.40 billion, up 0.7 percent over the same period last year, based on a 9.4 ...
The launch of the Crystal White Vita has nearly doubled the handheld's weekly sales in Japan.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has claimed that more than 50 per cent of Japanese hardware sales are taken by 3DS.
Sony is to introduce a number of PS2 games for PS3 in Japan later this month.
Nintendo’s Pokemon IP has once again flexed its commercial muscle in Japan.
Capcom has announced plans to open a Resident Evil Café.
The significant Japanese aspirations of retail giant Tesco appear to be over.
Capcom’s open-world Dragon’s Dogma has debuted at the top of the Japanese software charts.
The Japanese Consumer Affairs Agency has officially deemed the ‘Complete Gacha’ social games payment system illegal.
Sony Corporation’s share price has fallen to its lowest position in a generation in both Japan and the United States.
Konami has ended its financial year on the up, showing that profits almost doubled year on year.
Sony doesn’t intend to bring the Crystal White PlayStation Vita to European shores.