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  • Blog Post: PlayStation 4 Hits One Million Sold In 24 Hours

    The PlayStation 4 is off to a strong start with Sony reporting that one million systems have already been sold within the first 24 hours of the console's availability. These numbers mark only the North American sales numbers for the PlayStation 4. The PlayStation 4 won't be available in most... More
  • Blog Post: Report: The Last Of Us Sells Well In Japan

    The Last of Us is a game from American developers that takes place in real-world America locations, but it is still being embraced by Japanese audiences. According to a report from Siliconera , The Last of Us sold 117,465 during its first week of release in Japan, which is about 88% of its initial shipment... More
  • Blog Post: JRPG Fans Rejoice: Pandora's Tower Coming To America

    The good people at XSEED Games have ensured that there's at least one interesting third-party Wii title coming to the U.S. in 2013. XSEED announced today that, in partnership with Nintendo, it's bringing the dark-themed JRPG to the U.S. sometime this spring. Fans had been hoping that the game... More
  • Blog Post: Play Japanese, European, And American Games All On One PS Vita

    Want to play Japanese games on a U.S. PlayStation Vita? It seems that a foreign language might be the only thing to hinder your digital questing. Sony Computer Entertainment's president of Worldwide Studios, Shuhei Yoshida, confirmed that the new handheld would be capable of playing games from any... More
  • Blog Post: Level-5 Trademarks Little Battlers In U.S.

    Level-5, best known in America for the Professor Layton and Ace Attorney series, recently released an action RPG called Little Battlers in Japan. Now, a trademark filing indicates that the franchise might be coming to the U.S. – and may include much more than just video games. The trademark filing... More
  • Blog Post: Japan vs. America: The Cover Battle

    If you read issue 201 of Game Informer you probably saw how some countries box covers are different than our own, and learned why that happens. It’s actually quit common for Japan to receive different box art than we do here in the U.S. Below are some additional cover discrepancies for games that... More
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