Last year turned out to be a tough one for most Japanese game companies. With natural and nuclear disasters and economic downturns, it's been a rough year all around. In Weekly Famitsu, several game companies have announced their year-end performance and plans for 2012.
So let's have a look at what's in store.
Major players Nintendo and Sony both ended up in the red for 2011. Perhaps more-so Sony, which had to deal with losses in markets other than games. For 2012, with a new Playstation man CEO at the helm, Sony is planning to focus on game development and refinement of their current racehorses, the PS3 and the new PS Vita. This also means a PS4 will be a ways away…