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Friday, 15 August 2014 06:21

Sony looks to change PS4 sales in Japan

Written by David Stellmack

Big title reveal for PS4 coming at Tokyo Game Show

Sony isn’t apparently selling as many PlayStation 4s in the homeland as it would like. As a result sources are telling us that they have a special title announcement coming for the Tokyo Game Show.

If the sources are to be believed, the title is from a well-known third party developer. Some have suggested that it could be a new Resident Evil 7 or maybe a new Dragon Quest? Well we will have to wait and see what turns up.

Word is Microsoft might also have some news to direct at Japan at TGS as well, but it has been much harder to get an exact handle on what they might be planning.

David Stellmack

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