Posts Tagged “Japan”
Fantastic News For PSN Users
The long suffering PlayStation Network is finally having the full service brought back online by Friday this week. This closes the long and drawn out restoration of the PSN which first went down on the 21st April. It has taken over a month for Sony to rebuild and secure the Network after a vicious attack left the log on and personal details of over 77 million world wide users at risk. Read On
PSPgo Production Discontinued
Rumours are coming in thick and fast about the imminent demise of the Sony PSPgo for the UK. Reports are rife that Sony have ceased production of the machine in Japan and it would also appear that the Japanese Sony Store have removed the device from it’s website and Sony Store. This information is refuted however, but the clear signs that it still exists on the UK portal and is still purchasable.
Retailers are reporting a different story. The trade website, MCV have been advised that once retailers current stocks run dry, the distributors will have no replacement for the PSPgo, which coincides with the reports that production has now been discontinued. Read On
Dragon Quest VI screens
New screen shots have been released from Square-Enix today for Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Reverie. This game is a remake of the SNES classic coming to the Nintendo DS for the first time outside of Japan. With more than 15 character classes to choose from, new and experienced players will be at home with this game.
Xenoblade Chronicles Confirmed for Europe
Nintendo Europe today confirmed that the epic RPG Xenoblade Chronicles will be released in Europe for the Nintendo Wii. The title is already available in Japan and centres around two worlds called Bionis and Mechonis which are warring with no end in sight.
Xenoblade Chronicles is slated for a 2011 release only; however, it has been confirmed that there will be the option to have either Japanese or English voice overs with an English subs option. For those bi-lingual readeres out there there’s also French, Italian, German and Spanish subtitles but no dubs.
The official website is available here.