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SCEJ makes corporate restructure, to feature new first-party division

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan has announced this morning a corporate restructure in its ranks, bringing in two new divisions for the company: first-party publishing and online services.

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Scej headlines

  • First full Japanese TV spot debuts "If we play, we're friends" campaign

    The first PlayStation Vita commercial is disappointingly less insane than its teaser suggested.

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  • Report - Vita 3G downloads limited to 20Mb

    According to a report from ASCII, a SCEJ rep has apparently said that downloading files from a 3G version of PlayStation Vita will be initially capped to 20Mb. The Sony person did state the size could change in the future, though. It also said to the site that it’s providing developers with support with online […]

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  • SCEJ president: NGP has "got to receive support from gamers"

    Sony Computer Entertainment Japan president Hiroshi Kawano has told Famitsu that NGP “isn’t something that’s driven solely by us at SCE.”

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  • PlayStation Suite to bring PS content to "Android and tablets"

    Sony has just announced PlayStation Suite – a cross-device content delivery service – at a Tokyo press event, confirming PlayStation content for “Android and tablets”.

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  • The Last Guardian - new knockout screens

    Could this look any better? We think not. Check out the latest screens of The Last Guardian on GameWatch to see why. We can only pray this isn’t going to take too long. Look look look.

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  • Sony Japan to announce 14 games at TGS

    This SCEJ page – translated by Siliconera – apparently confirms that the firm is to announce 14 new titles at Tokyo Game Show this month. Nine are for PS3 and three are PSP games, says the site. Like, blimey. More through the link.

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  • The Last Guy confirmed for PAL release this month

    SCEE just confirmed that top-down monster rescue PSN game, The Last Guy, will release on all PAL territories this month. The game’s set in Asakusa, Los Angeles and London, and sees the player rescuing people from the clutches of zombies and other bad stuff on satellite photography maps. Press release after the break.

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  • The Last Guy gets July 31 date in Japan

    SCEJ’s dated The Last Guy for July 31 in Japan. The PSN release will cost 500 yen. The game’s looking funky, being based on satellite maps and a single man leading survivors to safe zones. No idea when this is going to break cover in Europe, if at all.

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  • Sony Japan to show The Last Guy on July 11

    Sony’s revealed a new game called The Last Guy on its Japanese site, which looks to be some kind of escape game from just-released presentation photos. See here, here and here. More soon.

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  • PSN hits 1 million accounts in Japan

    SCEJ’s announced that PlayStation Network has now passed the 1 million account mark in Japan. The service launched in November 2006 in the country. There are some more figures on Watch Impress about downloads, but our Japanese isn’t the best. Have a go if you like.

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  • Ton of Siren: New Translation media released

    Watch Impress is carrying a heap of screens from Siren: New Translation, the newly-announced PS3 SCEJ horror. Looking good. No date as yet, and no word of western release, but you can pretty much take is as a given this is going to make it outside Japan. Do want, definitely. It’s down for a July […]

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  • Bloody counter appears on Sony Japan's website

    Here. There’s a counter at about 60 hours and splashes in red liquid. Tears of blood? We hope so.

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