Entries in 'japanese' (73)
Sony’s PlayStation Vita was the best selling console in Japan last week according to the latest sales data from Famitsu.
Sales of the PS4 were up 15 per cent but it’s the Vita that has claimed the weekly Japanese hardware sales crown, Famitsu sales data has revealed.
Almost 15 months after it was released in the territory, Nintendo’s Wii U has finally overtaken Xbox 360 in Japan.
The first TV spot for PS4 has gone live in Japan.
GungHo’s console debut for its popular smartphone IP Puzzle & Dragons has enjoyed a tremendous first week in Japan.
EA’s military shooter Battlefield 4 has become the surprise game to knock Nintendo’s Pokemon X & Y from the top of the Media Create charts.
19 games will be available alongside PS4 when it launches in Japan on February 22nd 2014.
Sony has surprised gamers from its homeland with news of a significant wait for the console to be released in Japan.
It’s been easy to forget amongst the launch excitement that PS4 has yet to be dated in Japan.
The latest release from cult developer Suda 51 has failed to make an impact on the Japanese market.
Quick – there might be a new indie villain in town!
A failure to keep pace with changes to the international games market has hit the Japanese games industry hardest.
Nintendo’s Wii U failed to outsell Sony’s struggling PlayStation Vita in Japan last week.
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.
Unconfirmed reports suggest that the Wii U sold 307,471 units in its first week on sale in Japan.
Treyarch’s Call of Duty: Black Ops II has debuted in second place in the weekly Japanese software chart.
The PS3 version of resident Evil 6 has debuted at the top of the Japanese charts.
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.
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.
Sony’s PlayStation Vita has overtaken its predecessor the PSp for the first time since its launch week in Japan.