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Wednesday, 27 November 2013 08:39

Xbox One to come to Japan in 2014

Written by David Stellmack

Microsoft to partner with Japanese developers

Looks like Microsoft will be bringing the Xbox One to Japan. The company has partnered with Japanese developers to develop full Japanese titles for the console, not just downloadable one. These new Japanese titles will be announced in early 2014 and the Xbox One should see a Japanese release later in 2014.

In addition to the full Japanese titles that Microsoft is partnering in the develop of for Xbox One, the company does expect interest from the growing indie developer movement within Japan for the Xbox One. After the Tokyo Game Shown and the Japanese fans getting a look at Titanfall, the Xbox One could meet with much more success than last time around.

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