Gameguru writes: "Today at a press event held in Mumbai, Sony India announced the India launch of God Of War: Chains Of Olympus and Gran Turismo 5 Prologue. The games were launched on same day in Europe and India. Mr. Atindriya Bose and his team had the bragging rights because of what they had achieved, managing a simultaneous European release date for God Of War for the PSP and Gran Turismo 5 for the PlayStation 3.
GG: Since you have released GT5 Prologue, you might be aware that for the first time in the history of Gran Turismo it has online functionality where players can play against each other. So, does it mean we can expect PlayStation Network and Store soon to compliment the GT5 Prologue launch?
AB: One of my primary aims when I became a part of Sony India was to push for the development of PlayStation Network and store over here. Today we have reached a stage where we can start the Network but the problem is that, the broadband penetration is too low. Even if we do start the service, what's the use if the download stops half way through and spoils the entire experience of PSN. US users have the tendency to blame everything except the ISP because of which we are facing such a situation today. But there is no doubt that PSN and Store will be fully functional in India in a couple of months."