Sony America's John Hight has said to expect a "pretty big change in the PlayStation Network in the early part of April"
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Nintendo of America's outgoing vice president of marketing says that the company is "starting to look at the annual calendar differently" in terms of release date timing, rather than just stuffing everything in Q4.
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