Xbox wants to help bring Japanese games to gamers around the world


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During the Tokyo Game Show 2021 Xbox livestream, Phil Spencer himself had an announcement to make and spoke about the Japanese Xbox market.

During the Tokyo Game Show 2021 Xbox livestream, Phil Spencer himself had an announcement to make and spoke about the Japanese Xbox market.

On top of that, he announced that XCloud will be released in Japan tomorrow, alongside Australia, Brazil and Mexico.

Hey everyone, it’s great to be back, albeit virtually, at the Tokyo Game Show. I know it’s been a big year for the 25th anniversary show.

I would therefore like to recognize and congratulate the organizers of CESA and the supporters who helped make the Tokyo Game Show one of the most influential and important events in global entertainment. I look forward to being in Tokyo in person to celebrate our industry together.

Right now, I know we’re all more grateful than ever for the power of the game to bring people together. The art form we all share unites us globally. At Xbox, we are so grateful for the opportunity to help bring the joy and community of gaming to everyone on the planet.

At Xbox, we also have a big milestone this year: We started our Xbox journey on a global scale 20 years ago in November, and as I reflect on those two decades, I want to thank gamers in Japan and throughout the Asia region who have helped us support us over the years and given us the opportunity to share your entertainment experience.

We are touched by the creativity and dedication of our partners who include Bandai Namco, Capcom, Koei Tecmo, Konami, Sega and Square Enix to name a few.

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“We have always enjoyed tremendous support in Japan, and in recent years, Japan has become the fastest growing market for Xbox in the world.

That’s one of the reasons I’m so excited to announce here at Tokyo Game Show 2021 that we’re bringing Xbox cloud gaming to 4 new countries around the world, including Japan. And you don’t have to wait any longer. In these countries, we are launching tomorrow. “

We also heard other comments from Spencer in the Japanese market later in the stream during a conversation with Tango Gameworks boss Shinju Mikami.

“The Tokyo Game Show is an important part of our commitment to the Japanese market and the Asian region in general. It is an honor to support the show and our Japanese partners. We work with Japanese publishers every day to increase our range of Japanese games for Xbox. We know this is really important to fans and customers on Xbox.

We’ve also added over 100 titles to the Partner Game Pass in Japan, and it really helped the Xox community find games they might not have played in the past through a simple mechanic, but it these are not big developers.

We now have over 200 Japanese developers in our [email protected] program, which truly shines the spotlight on the most creative indie games for large audiences all over the planet.

We are also working to increase the supply of consoles. I know this is a big deal. People want consoles and we are constantly working to bring more consoles to the market.

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“We are excited about the growth of Japanese gaming and we want to not only participate but also help bring Japanese games to players around the world. “

Speaking of Xbox Game Pass, Microsoft also announced that Scarlet Nexus and AI: The Somnium Files are joining the service today.

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