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For some of these games, it's due to licensing fears (such as the old UFO series that inspired UFO: Enemy Unknown, or the completely unrelated Out of this World television series). For other games, it's because it's believed that the game will sell better under a different name. Sometimes, the name of the game in the original market is too generic when ...
The games should not be region-locked. The only problem he might encounter is the region-based support. When contacting support, you are prompted asking for a serial number, which tells which support center you are connected to. Other then that he should not encounter any problems. As long as the Australians don't have any special rules. I also know some ...
Yep, it's all the same as on PS3. Primary account shares all content with other accounts and you can have multiple primary accounts. Excerpt: If a user activates a system with his or her account, other users on the system can use applications and enjoy some PlayStation Plus benefits from that account, even if that user is not logged in. If ...
The PS4 isn't region locked for digital or disc-based games. Games from other regions will work on any console but this article advises the use of games from the region the PS4 is bought, so in your case, America. It's also worth noting that the PS4 is region locked for Blu-rays though. Confirmation here.
You will need valid billing information for the region matching your PSN country. Since a Qatar account is out of the question apparently, I would recommend the US store if you are fluent in English; the US store has more variety than some regions, isn't in Japanese, and I believe the UK/EU stores are a bit more expensive in some cases. You should be able ...
According to Play Asia the PAL Kinect Star Wars is region locked, so a PAL disk should not work on an NTSC-US Xbox 360, sorry!
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