During the Sony’s Investor Relations Day, Sony Computer Entertainment Andrew House gave some interesting data about the Middle Eastern and German markets for PS4 and PlayStation.
So I gather UK is numero uno? I remember seeing how Germany was with the PS4 launch, that was crazy.
console gaming is dead they said...
Congrats to Sony on the PS4s continued worldwide success. This has been a great way to kick off the impressive 20th anniversary milestone of the PlayStation brand.
all of this is nice and dandy dualshockers but all these recent stories could have been put in one nice package. dat blogger clickbait stretch. you don't want to be ingrained in the halls of mediocrity with gamingbolt, gamepur, and gearnuke, do you?
All of these stories are news worthy but you stretched them intoi like five articles and it all came from one event
I truly think this gen the ps4 will be remembered as great as the ps2 to early to tell but its a great start
here in kuwait there are more ps4 adopters than the other two systems, but in KSA (Saudi arabia) they are more into the xbox one
No I'm from KSA most the people here are in to PlayStation than any gaming console since PS1, don't now who lier to you.
I'm from Philippines.All Sony(PS) there.When I arrived here (Jubail KSA) still the same.
Here in UAE, it's all about SONY.
And yet Sony will still treat these markets as 2nd class citizens behind America... All of the maintenance is at a time that Americans are in bed (6pm to Midnight GMT, so prime gaming time for pretty much ALL of Europe...), you guys get the best sales and cheaper games in general... I love Playstation, always have, but I just want them to realise we are the continent that supports them the most and start showing us some love!
American inmport tax is low, don't blame sony or any company for prices (espically U.K where import taxes are very high) If you want cheaper games buy them on amazon in the u.s store and import it.
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