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The Best Page in the Universe has left its four-month slumber for a rant against Sony. His hatred seems to come from Sony's lawsuit that led to the closure of Lik-Sang. Here's what he has to say: "Sony is suing to prevent people from selling PSPs? Great move, morons! Because if there's anything Sony...

November 13th 2006 at 2:22pm 0 Comments
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Engadget has posted an interview with Sony Computer Entertainment's SVP of Marketing, Peter Dille. He's only been back with Sony for the past six months, coming aboard right at the start of E3, the equivalent of being dropped behind enemy lines without a map.They don't pull any punches with the ques...

November 6th 2006 at 7:45pm 0 Comments
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Trick or treat. It appears that some internet scammers are trying to cash in on Lik-Sang's recent closure. PSP Hacks reports that a very legitimate-looking e-mail is being sent around: As of today, Lik-Sang.com will not be in the position to accept any new orders and will cancel and refund all exist...

October 31st 2006 at 8:30pm 0 Comments
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Not wanting to tempt fate, Play-Asia has backed out of PlayStation 3 pre-orders destined for European territories. The online import specialist emailed this brief explanation to customers today:"We regret to inform you that due to licensing and distribution limitations, Play-Asia.com will not be abl...

October 30th 2006 at 12:25pm 0 Comments
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On Tuesday, popular game importer Lik-sang announced that they were being forced to shut down due to expenses incurred fighting multiple lawsuits from Sony. Sony quickly went into damage control mode, telling GamesIndustry.biz that the legal battle had nothing to do with the site's closure and accus...

October 26th 2006 at 8:20pm 0 Comments
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The import junkies all know that Lik-Sang has been closed down thanks to multiple Sony lawsuits concerning sales across continents (mainly Europe) that break Trade Mark laws. Sales of the PSP. Yes, the PSP. You'd think Sony would love to let those puppies sell. But you know, you really have to wonde...

October 25th 2006 at 12:30pm 0 Comments
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In other news from our favorite Japanese corporate giant, Sony is denying that its legal action was the reason that Lik-Sang was forced to close its virtual doors earlier today. According to GamesIndustry.biz, Sony has accused the Hong Kong-based retailer of "sour grapes," pointing out that Lik-Sang...

October 24th 2006 at 7:58pm 0 Comments
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The venerable Hong Kong-based import shop, Lik-Sang, has posted a lengthy, angry "Out of Business Notice" on their website citing multiple Sony lawsuits as the cause for their collapse. Sony originally brought actions against Lik-Sang last August for exporting PSPs to the UK before the release of th...

October 24th 2006 at 12:40pm 0 Comments
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It was just a few days ago that popular import gaming site, Lik-Sang, was rocked by a judge's ruling that it could no longer sell Sony's systems out of region. Now, Lik-Sang is giving their side of the story.Lik-Sang said, "Hong Kong's laws are clear when it comes to parallel trade, and the company...

October 24th 2006 at 12:30pm 0 Comments
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Dear Lik-Sang.com,We hear your recent legal spat with Sony Computer Entertainment has ended your long and glorious run as grey market importer of choice, sapping both your resources and potential revenue streams. You were always there for us when we needed a DS lite before it hit the States, or a Ja...

October 24th 2006 at 12:21pm 0 Comments
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In a move that could have serious repercussions for gamers worldwide, the UK High Court has ruled that noted Hong Kong-based electronics exporter Lik-Sang is in violation of Sony's intellectual property rights when it sells the company's hardware inside the European Economic Area. As many of you kno...

October 19th 2006 at 3:59pm 0 Comments
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If you simply can't wait for an official price/date announcement from Nintendo before you reserve your Wii, Lik-sang has got an odd offer for you. Gamers can head over to their Nintendo Wii page and register their interest in the system for no money down. Once the system's launch details are in plac...

September 12th 2006 at 9:45am 0 Comments