"Will the next Xbox be sold in Japan?" is a frequently asked question given the 360's enormous failure in the East. It seems that they are still working out details on this launch and are working hard to get some answers about this huge question. They should strive to have bragging rights about being available world wide right?
"I think you'll see some announcements in the not too distant future that I think might delight people," Microsoft's Phil Spencer told IGN. The corporate vice president of Microsoft Game Studios continued, "To me, heading up studios, it's always been a place where we fine the most creative games in the market." That said, the future of Xbox One and Japan still seems uncertain.
Japan remains "an incredibly rich content development community," Spencer said, "and something we're spending a lot of time with and thinking about -- the Japanese creators, and having them creating content on our box and having that show up to the worldwide audience." There have been some debate about if Xbox games produced in Japan would thrive and be worth seeking the market. Only time will tell and when E3 comes around we will see how interested everyone is in the games that are set to come out with this console.
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