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TECH GAME EXPO
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May 18, 2005
Attendees play Sony Playstation2 games at the opening of the E3 Convention at the Los Angeles Convention...
Los Angeles, USA
Attendees play Sony Playstation2 games for the E3 Convention in Los Angeles.
Attendees play Sony Playstation2 games at the opening of the E3 Convention at the Los Angeles Convention Center, May 18, 2005. REUTERS/Sam Mircovich SSM/HB
AUTOS SHOW
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October 24, 2001
Japanese visitors to a press preview of the Tokyo Motor Show play a Sony
Playstation2 driving game at...
Makuhari, Japan
JAPANESE VISITORS TO THE TOKYO MOTOR SHOW PLAY A DRIVING GAME IN
MAKUHARI.
Japanese visitors to a press preview of the Tokyo Motor Show play a Sony
Playstation2 driving game at Honda Motor's booth in Makuhari, east of Tokyo,
on October 24, 2001. The Tokyo Motor Show will open to public on October 27.
REUTERS/Haruyoshi Yamaguchi

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LEISURE JAPAN VIDEO GAME
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July 19, 2001
Square Co Ltd President and CEO Hisashi Suzuki shows off Final Fantasy
X videogame software in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE VIDEOGAME DEVELOPER SHOWS OFF FINAL FANTASY X GAME SOFTWARE IN
TOKYO.
Square Co Ltd President and CEO Hisashi Suzuki shows off Final Fantasy
X videogame software in Tokyo July 19, 2001, at the long-awaited
release of Final Fantasy X, the latest in a series of popular
role-playing games. Final Fantasy X costs 8,800 yen ($71) apiece and is
played on Sony's PlayStation2.

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LEISURE JAPAN VIDEO GAME
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July 19, 2001
Video fans try the Final Fantasy X videogame in Tokyo July 19, 2001, as
Japanese videogame developer...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE COUPLE PLAYS FINAL FANTASY X VIDEOGAME IN TOKYO.
Video fans try the Final Fantasy X videogame in Tokyo July 19, 2001, as
Japanese videogame developer Square Co Ltd released the long-awaited
Final Fantasy X. The popular role-playing games have sold over 31
million copies worldwide since 1987. Final Fantasy X costs 8,800 yen
($71) apiece and is played on Sony's PlayStation2.

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NINTENDO
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August 24, 2000
Nintendo's Gamecube is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. Nintendo Co...
Makuhari, Japan
Nintendo's Gamecube is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. Nintendo .....
Nintendo's Gamecube is displayed at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. Nintendo Co on Thursday became the last of Japan's big game machine makers to enter the hotly competitive market for next-generation consoles, with plans to start selling its Gamecube in Japan next July. [The Gamecube will use an IBM Corp microprocessor and will compete head-on with two advanced consoles already on the market: Sony Corp's cutting-edge PlayStation2 and Sega Enterprises' Dreamcast. ]
NINTENDO
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August 24, 2000
Seven-year-old Tsubasa Araki gazes at Gamecube on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August...
Makuhari, Japan
Seven-year-old Tsubasa Araki gazes at Gamecube on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari A.....
Seven-year-old Tsubasa Araki gazes at Gamecube on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. Nintendo Co on Thursday became the last of Japan's big game machine makers to enter the competitive market for next-generation consoles, with plans to start selling its Gamecube in Japan next July. [The Gamecube will use an IBM Corp microprocessor and compete with Sony Corp's cutting-edge PlayStation2 and Sega Enterprise Ltd's Dreamcast. ]
TECH NINTENDO
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August 24, 2000
Sony Corp's cutting-edge PlayStation2 and Sega Enterprises' Dreamcast.

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Makuhari, Japan
NINTENDO'S NEW GAMECUBE DISPLAYED IN MAKUHARI.
Sony Corp's cutting-edge PlayStation2 and Sega Enterprises' Dreamcast.

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TECH NINTENDO
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August 24, 2000
Seven-year-old Tsubasa Araki gazes at Gamecube on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August...
Makuhari, Japan
JAPANESE BOY GAZES AT NINTENDO GAMECUBE ON DISPLAY IN MAKUHARI.
Seven-year-old Tsubasa Araki gazes at Gamecube on display at Nintendo Space World 2000 in Makuhari August 24, 2000. Nintendo Co on Thursday became the last of Japan's big game machine makers to enter the competitive market for next-generation consoles, with plans to start selling its Gamecube in Japan next July. The Gamecube will use an IBM Corp microprocessor and compete with Sony Corp's cutting-edge PlayStation2 and Sega Enterprise Ltd's Dreamcast.

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JAPAN
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July 27, 2000
Sony Corp Chairman and CEO Nobuyuki Idei speaks during a news conference at Sony Dealer Convention 2000...
Tokyo, Japan
SONY CHAIRMAN AND CEO IDEI SPEAKS DURING NEWS CONFERENCE AT SONY DEALER CONVENTION 2000 IN TOKYO.
Sony Corp Chairman and CEO Nobuyuki Idei speaks during a news conference at Sony Dealer Convention 2000 at a Tokyo hotel July 27, 2000. Sony Corp, Japan's flagship high-tech manufacturer, slid into the red in the three months to June 30, knocked by the costs of launching its PlayStation2 game console and heavy one-off charges from new U.S. accounting rules. At right is Sony Marketing President Masahiro Hayashi.

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MORIMOTO
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April 28, 2000
Sony Corp vice president Masayoshi Morimoto announces its profits in the last business year, in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Sony Corp vice president Masayoshi Morimoto announces its profits in the last business year, in Toky.....
Sony Corp vice president Masayoshi Morimoto announces its profits in the last business year, in Tokyo April 28. Sony said its profits sagged 32 percent in the business year, sapped by a strong yen and costs of launching its PlayStation2 game console.
TECH SONY
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April 28, 2000
Sony Corp vice president Masayoshi Morimoto announces its profits in the last business year, in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
SONY CORP MORIMOTO SPEAKS AT PRESSER IN TOKYO.
Sony Corp vice president Masayoshi Morimoto announces its profits in the last business year, in Tokyo April 28. Sony said its profits sagged 32 percent in the business year, sapped by a strong yen and costs of launching its PlayStation2 game console.

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TECH JAPAN PLAYSTATION
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April 16, 2000
FILE PHOTO 4MAR00 - Japanese schoolboy Jin Ito smiles as he shows off Sony's PlayStation2 on the first...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPAN RESTRICTS SONY PLAYSTATION2 EXPORT.
FILE PHOTO 4MAR00 - Japanese schoolboy Jin Ito smiles as he shows off Sony's PlayStation2 on the first day of sales for the game machine and potential military device in Tokyo March 4. Japan may slap export controls on Sony's hugely popular Playstation2 video game because the machine is so sophisticated it could be used for missile guidance, media said on April 16.

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TECH SONY PLAYSTATION
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March 10, 2000
FILEPHOTO 4MAR00 - Japanese school boy Jin Ito shows Sony's PlayStation2 he obtained after waiting for...
Tokyo, Japan
FILEPHOTO SHOWS SCHOOL BOY SHOWING SONY'S PLAYSTATION2 IN TOKYO.
FILEPHOTO 4MAR00 - Japanese school boy Jin Ito shows Sony's PlayStation2 he obtained after waiting for hours in long lines outside a Tokyo computer shop in this file photograph taken March 4,2000. Shares in Sony Corp stumbled on Friday as investors fretted over news that customers had complained about glitches in the high-tech firm's newly launched PlayStation2 video game console.

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JAPAN
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March 04, 2000
A young Japanese man carries a box of Sony PlayStation2 video game console which he purchased after waiting...
Tokyo, Japan
A young Japanese man carries a box of Sony PlayStation2 video game console which he purchased after .....
A young Japanese man carries a box of Sony PlayStation2 video game console which he purchased after waiting for hours in front of a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty district March 4. PlayStation2 fever swept Japan on Saturday as thousands of excited game fans who had braved the cold and queued through the night rushed to get their hands on Sony's new dream machine as stores opened. Playstation2, priced at around $360, is a console that many analysts say takes home entertainment to a new dimension with life-like animation and the capacity to play DVDs and surf the net.
JAPAN
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March 04, 2000
PlayStation2 fans queue around a cashier at a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty...
Tokyo, Japan
PlayStation2 fans queue around a cashier at a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics special.....
PlayStation2 fans queue around a cashier at a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty district March 4. PlayStation2 fever swept Japan on Saturday as thousands of excited game fans who had braved the cold and queued through the night rushed to get their hands on Sony's new dream machine as stores opened. Playstation2, priced at around $360, is a console that many analysts say takes home entertainment to a new dimension with life-like animation and the capacity to play DVDs and surf the net.
JAPAN
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March 04, 2000
Japanese primary schoolboy Jin Ito smiles as he shows off Sony's PlayStation2 which he purchased after...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese primary schoolboy Jin Ito smiles as he shows off Sony's PlayStation2 which he purchased aft.....
Japanese primary schoolboy Jin Ito smiles as he shows off Sony's PlayStation2 which he purchased after waiting for hours in long lines in front of a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty district March 4. PlayStation2 fever swept Japan on Saturday as thousands of excited game fans who had braved the cold and queued through the night rushed to get their hands on Sony's new dream machine as stores opened. Playstation2, priced at around $360, is a console that many analysts say takes home entertainment to a new dimension with life-like animation and the capacity to play DVDs and surf the net.
JAPAN
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March 04, 2000
A Tokyo computer shop attendant holds a sign indicating the start of the queue for store entry as customers...
Tokyo, Japan
COMPUTER SHOP ATTENDANT HOLDS SIGN FOR SONY'S PLAYSTATION2 SALE IN TOKYO.
A Tokyo computer shop attendant holds a sign indicating the start of the queue for store entry as customers wait in Akihabara electronics specialty district March 4. PlayStation2 fever swept Japan on Saturday as thousands of excited game fans who had braved the cold and queued through the night rushed to get their hands on Sony's new dream machine as stores opened. Playstation2, priced at around $360, is a console that many analysts say takes home entertainment to a new dimension with life-like animation and the capacity to play DVDs and surf the net.

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JAPAN
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March 04, 2000
Japanese consumers sit on the ground in front of a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE CONSUMERS SIT ON THE GROUND TO GET SONY'S PLAYSTATION2 IN TOKYO.
Japanese consumers sit on the ground in front of a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty district early March 4 hoping to be among the lucky few to get their hands on Sony's PlayStation2 which goes on sale today. PlayStation2 fever swept Japan on Saturday as thousands of excited game fans who had braved the cold and queued through the night rushed to get their hands on Sony's new dream machine as stores opened. Playstation2, priced at around $360, is a console that many analysts say takes home entertainment to a new dimension with life-like animation and the capacity to play DVDs and surf the net.

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JAPAN
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March 04, 2000
PlayStation2 fans queue around a cashier at a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE FANS QUEUE AT CASHER OF COMPUTER SHOP FOR SONY'S PLAYSTATION2 IN TOKYO.
PlayStation2 fans queue around a cashier at a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty district March 4. PlayStation2 fever swept Japan on Saturday as thousands of excited game fans who had braved the cold and queued through the night rushed to get their hands on Sony's new dream machine as stores opened. Playstation2, priced at around $360, is a console that many analysts say takes home entertainment to a new dimension with life-like animation and the capacity to play DVDs and surf the net.

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JAPAN
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March 04, 2000
A young Japanese man carries a box of Sony PlayStation2 video game console which he purchased after waiting...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE YOUNG MAN CARRIES BOX OF SONY'S PLAYSTATION2 IN TOKYO.
A young Japanese man carries a box of Sony PlayStation2 video game console which he purchased after waiting for hours in front of a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty district March 4. PlayStation2 fever swept Japan on Saturday as thousands of excited game fans who had braved the cold and queued through the night rushed to get their hands on Sony's new dream machine as stores opened. Playstation2, priced at around $360, is a console that many analysts say takes home entertainment to a new dimension with life-like animation and the capacity to play DVDs and surf the net.

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JAPAN
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March 04, 2000
Japanese primary schoolboy Jin Ito smiles as he shows off Sony's PlayStation2 which he purchased after...
Tokyo, Japan
PRIMARY SCHOOLBOY ITO SHOWS OFF SONY'S PLAYSTATION2 IN TOKYO.
Japanese primary schoolboy Jin Ito smiles as he shows off Sony's PlayStation2 which he purchased after waiting for hours in long lines in front of a computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty district March 4. PlayStation2 fever swept Japan on Saturday as thousands of excited game fans who had braved the cold and queued through the night rushed to get their hands on Sony's new dream machine as stores opened. Playstation2, priced at around $360, is a console that many analysts say takes home entertainment to a new dimension with life-like animation and the capacity to play DVDs and surf the net.

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JAPAN
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March 04, 2000
A computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty district is surrounded by Japanese consumers...
Tokyo, Japan
COMPUTER SHOP IS SURROUNDED BY YOUNG MEN TO GET SONY'S PLAYSTATION2 IN TOKYO.
A computer shop in Tokyo's Akihabara electronics specialty district is surrounded by Japanese consumers early March 4 who are hoping to be among the lucky few to get their hands on Sony's PlayStation2 when the video game console goes on sale today. Thousands of die-hard game fans queued in long lines awaiting the release of the hotly hyped new game machine.

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LIFE PLAYSTATION COUNTDOWN
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March 03, 2000
Young Japanese men crowd in front of a computer shop in Tokyo March 3, a day before Sony's PlayStation2...
Tokyo, Japan
GAME FANS CROWD OUTSIDE COMPUTER SHOP IN TOKYO.
Young Japanese men crowd in front of a computer shop in Tokyo March 3, a day before Sony's PlayStation2 game machines go on sale. Hundreds of die-hard game fans camped outside Tokyo stores, hoping to be among the lucky first few to get their hands on PlayStation2, one of the most eagerly awaited and loudly hyped gadgets ever.

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LIFE PLAYSTATION COUNTDOWN
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March 03, 2000
A college student sit on a sidewalk outside a computer shop in Tokyo March 3, a day before Sony's PlayStation2...
Tokyo, Japan
GAME FANS CAMP OUTSIDE COMPUTER STORES IN TOKYO.
A college student sit on a sidewalk outside a computer shop in Tokyo March 3, a day before Sony's PlayStation2 game machines go on sale. Hundreds of die-hard game fans camped outside Tokyo stores, hoping to be among the lucky first few to get their hands on PlayStation2, one of the most eagerly awaited and loudly hyped gadgets ever.

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TECH SONY PLAYSTATION
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February 22, 2000
FILE PHOTO 18FEB00 - A campaign girl for the PlayStation Festival 2000 welcomes guests to the event commemorating...
Tokyo, Japan
COMPAIGN GIRL WELCOMES GUESTS AT PLAYSTATION FESTIVAL 2000 IN MAKUHARI.
FILE PHOTO 18FEB00 - A campaign girl for the PlayStation Festival 2000 welcomes guests to the event commemorating the release of the new PlayStation2 in Makuhari. Sony Corp plans to use its PlayStation2 to distribute game software, then music, then movies and a vast array of electronic goods directly to consumers online.

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TECH SONY PLAYSTATION DVD
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February 22, 2000
FILE PHOTO 18FEB00 - Japanese attendants in this file picture display DVD video softwares during the...
Tokyo, Japan
JAPANESE ATTENDANTS DISPLAY DVD VIDEO SOFTWARES AT PLAYSTATION FESTIVAL 2000 IN MAKUHARI, JAPAN.
FILE PHOTO 18FEB00 - Japanese attendants in this file picture display DVD video softwares during the PlayStation Festival 2000 in Makuhari. Sony Corp's launch of its new PlayStation2 video game console, should give Japan's struggling DVD markets a chance to finally take off, analysts said. Japan's DVD market has long suffered from weak turnover in both hardware and software, a vicious cycle as poor sales in one undermine sales in the other.

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