Exactly: Microsoft held a Minecraft promotional event at a Sony Building in Japan.
Woah woah. Sony still owns a building. Forget minecraft that's a surprise in itself. I thought Sony sold their building for profit. If that's the case just say Microsoft held a event in the same building as Sony in Japan.
LOL. That was a pretty fun reaction.
Yep, it's the same building where they sell the ps4's that have been outselling the xbones in Japan 14-1.
Ps4 last week sold 340-1 in favor in Japan
LoL..I didn't even know they sold Xbox in Japan.
what's an "xbox"?
@vega you're a terrible troll
its a joke people, dont take it too hard .. LOL
You can't make a joke about Sony here. Sony is their god as you can see. But it's ok to joke on the competition. Anyway it's cool. It's a joke, I ruffled a couple feathers, got a couple angry PM's from some sonyfanboys. But hey I know what site I'm on. So I'm not surprised or upset by a few butthurt comments and disagrees. Probably about to be de-bubbled as I write this.
did those Microsoft employees make it out alive? :O
You're saying a Sony building is in such disarray that it may have been unstable and dangerous for anybody to step into. Right?
They did this as a way to promote the retail release of Minecraft on PS Vita in Japan, which is published by Sony. It wasn't hosted by Microsoft, but rather Sony's Minecraft Club PR team. The game has been really successful on their machines in Japan, especially on Vita.
They are friends here in Japan, not competitors...
They're friends everywhere! but their fanboys are enemies for some reason.
Bubz. Well said.
i believe that fanboys aren't real gamers
and guess what game makes the most money on the ps4, wait for it ..... minecraft when playstation makes money they even pay microsoft dam...
Microsoft and Sony are the industry's most epic bromance. They're just the last ones to know it.
What has the world come to? Oh minecraft is on Sony platforms it's not like they held an xbox one event in a Sony building.
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