Sony PS3 Marketing Started In Japan

Posted: Aug 27 2006, 8:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:48pm CDT, in News | Gaming

Sony PS3 Marketing Started in Japan
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After Sony announced that 27 PS3 games will be playable at the TGS 2006 also the overall marketing for the Playstation 3 has launched in Japan.

Sony has launched a teaser site for the upcoming PS3 games currently featuring games like Warhawk or Genji (see photo). IGN reports that Japanese game magazines Famitsu or Dengeki PlayStation feature the PS3. No new information has been published though.
The Tokyo Game Show (starts September 22nd, details) will reveal more details for the Playstation 3, as the launch is not that distant anymore. The Sony PS3 had a short outside the glass box showing at the Game Convention in Leipzig this week. MaxConsole has a photo of the short showing.
The GC 2006 in Leipzig was a big disappointment to Nintendo Wii fans, as nothing new has been presented. Overall the show as a big success in Germany in terms of visitor numbers.

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