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In what feels like a painful abandonment of enthusiastic gamers of Asia, Microsoft has delayed the launch of its new console the Xbox One in Asia by a whole year. Alan Bowman, Microsoft’s Regional VP for Sales and Marketing in Asia, says that the new console will launch in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, South Korea and India around late 2014.

This delay even after Microsoft has declared these countries as gaming high-growth areas, with sales of consoles and games booming in 2013. Alan Bowman also said that the new Kinect sensor will require less space as compared to this generation’s Kinect and will fit right in with Asian countries “where there is a lack of living room space” (we wouldn’t be too sure of that)

in any case for all those who cant wait, there is always Palika Bazaar and Lamington Road for those imported consoles!

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Bharat Nagpal
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4 comments
nadarbsm
nadarbsm

really.. its better this way....

as hardly anyone in INDIA will want a console that requires a net connection to play games...


Go 2 HELL M$..

nadarbsm
nadarbsm

really.. its better this way.... as hardly anyone in INDIA will want a console that requires a net connection to play games... Go 2 HELL M$..