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Phil Spencer tells Famitsu that Microsoft plans to work with more Japanese developers

The Xbox One has been selling like hotcakes in North America for the past three months, thanks to the Xbox One S. However, that isn’t the case globally. While the United States might be a success story, Microsoft’s had trouble beating both Sony and Nintendo in Japan- partially because it’s their home turf. It’s an […]
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