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Sony has officially announced plans to fully discontinue shipments of the PlayStation Vita in Japan this year, a statement which came a couple of months after they had announced the discontinuation of game cartridge production for the system. Now, as of March 1st 2019, the official pages for the remaining 2 models which were being produced, the PCH-2000 ZA11 (black) and PCH-2000 ZA23 (aqua blue), have been appended with the statement "shipment ended", now meaning that no further systems are being manufactured at all.
The Vita was launched in December 2011, enduring a fluctuating amount of praise and support until it was gradually abandoned by Sony and major AAA title developers in just a mere few years. Fortunately, the flourishing amount of third-party support in which the Vita had gained over the years just showed how spectacular the system could still be in the current generation.

Source: PlayStation Japan - Vita Product Line-up


Most North American Nintendo fans will be familiar with the name of Reggie Fils-Aime, the current head of Nintendo of America. It appears that his body is no longer ready, however, as 2019 will be his last year with the company. On April 15, he will retire from his position at Nintendo, and will be replaced by Doug Bowser, the VP of sales and marketing. Reggie began work at NOA 15 years ago, starting as the VP of marketing in 2003, and quickly rising to the rank of president in 2006, becoming well known to fans in the region through his personality and jokes during conferences and Nintendo Direct videos.

After more than 15 notable years at Nintendo of America, and nearly 13 as its President and COO, Reggie Fils-Aime will retire. His last day with Nintendo will be April 15. Doug Bowser, NOA’s current Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing, will then succeed Reggie as President of Nintendo of America.

“I really appreciate everything Reggie has done for Nintendo,” said Shuntaro Furukawa, President of Nintendo Co., Ltd. “Inside and outside our company, Reggie is known as an exceptional leader. We are grateful that he is leaving the business in good shape with strong momentum. While we will miss him and we wish him the very best in his retirement, we are also pleased to have such an able successor ready to step into that role. Doug Bowser and the rest of the team will ensure a seamless transition and continued momentum for Nintendo.”

“Nintendo owns a part of my heart forever,” Fils-Aime said. “It’s a part that is filled with gratitude – for the incredibly talented people I’ve worked with, for the opportunity to represent such a wonderful brand, and most of all, to feel like a member of the world’s most positive and enduring gamer community. As I look forward to departing in both good health and good humor, this is not ‘game over’ for me, but instead ‘leveling up’ to more time with my...​
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Today, We heard from XSEED on twitter that sony has refused to release Senran Kagura in the west after requesting the removal of Intimacy Mode on the PS4 of the game Version.



The steam version remains uncensored.

Not so long ago we saw the release of Omega Labyrinth Z being cancelled in the West for PS4 and PSVITA systems (back in July of 2018). The reason given was that it "promotes the sexualization of children".



Someone made a petition to keep this and future games unchanged on Sony's platform

If you want to sign the petition make sure to check the link down below:

https://www.change.org/p/sony-towards-sony-their-new-policies

This petition was sent directly to SONY Interactive Entertainment.

The new policies recently announced by SONY appear to have been made to appease non gamer audiences.

Games such as SENRAN KAGURA & Omega Labyrinth Z are the epitome of fan service. Games like these know their limits.

In my opinion, removing the Intimacy Mode (Diorama feature) in SENRAN KAGURA seems unnecesary.
Sony allows games like "The Witcher" and the like to offer far more fan service. Is Senran Kagura being the target of censorship because of it's anime artstyle?

Games like "Festival Versus" for example have been available for many years already and now they are looking into the possibility of updating games that they deem "too hot" in order to remove "sensitive" content

The PlayStation brand is known for having games for grown ups.

Many fans are upset by this decision and rightfully so.

The PlayStation is known for having "weeb" and JRPG games which people seem to enjoy a lot, so why mess with that which people like?​
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