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PlayStation 3 Officially Delayed Until November 2006

The PS3 (PlayStation 3) officially will not be available until this November, according to Ken Kutaragi, head of Sony video games division. Kutaragi called an immediate news conference to report the delay after the information had already been leaked by the Nihon Keizai Shimbun and other Japanese newspapers.

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Top 10 Mobile Games Downloads For January 2006

ELSPA has announced the January 2006 Mobile Games Java Download Chart©, compiled from information supplied by: 3, O2, Orange,T-Mobile, and Vodafone.

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Weekly Japan Sales: Febuary 13 To 19

No wonder they say that Xbox/Xbox 360 isn’t getting up the heat in Japan. Just look at the sales results and you get what I mean. Hardware and software sales has all been dominated by two main big players, namely SONY and NINTENDO. Hardware 01 – Nintendo DS – 52,099 (6,050,854) 02 – PSP – […]

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Nintendo Wi-Fi Breaks One Million Users

Nintendo’s wireless gaming service has hit an all-time gaming record of 1 million unique users, in less than four months in operation!

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Major PS3 Announcement Due In Next Two Weeks

Industry trade websites GamesIndustry.biz and Next-Generation are both reporting that independent European sources indicate an announcement from Sony on some aspect of the PlayStation 3, possibly as early as next week. The nature of the announcement is currently unclear, but given the recent storm of analysis and controversy over a potential slip in the PS3′s […]

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More Playstation 3 Details On GDC 2006

Finally, Sony will actually utilize a keynote at a game-related conference and reveal much needed details on the upcoming PlayStation 3. At this year’s Game Developers Conference in San Jose, Sony’s Phil Harrison will give a keynote on Wednesday, March 22nd at 10:30am PST titled “PlayStation 3: Beyond the Box,” likely to reveal important details […]

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Microsoft Launches New Budget Line Of Xbox Games

In a move akin to adding a these-guys-were-even-better wing to the Baseball Hall of Fame, Microsoft has launched a new budget line of Xbox games called the Best of Platinum Hits. The following titles will retail for $9.99–half the price of a run-of-the-mill Platinum Hit–when the program hits stores this month.

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