Xbox & Japan. The soap opera of that generation. There is no great game for many of the fans of the Microsoft console to see that a Blue Dragon or Lost Oddyssey sequence is almost impossible today. The Xbox has lost a great place in Japan that gained the Xbox 360's age, but as we have seen over the years, Philip Spencer, the head of the league, is struggling to find the region again.
Each new announcement at E3 or last X0 is bigger than the previous one: The Yakuza saga, the entire Final Fantasy, Phantasy Star Online 2 or the complete saga of Kingdom Hearts
Phil Spencer, injured by a Japanese cross-platform
We should quote the last podcast in which Phil Spencer participated, GamerTag radio, which at the time of its program number 1000, had a very important personality. He did not stop there Xbox Series X
But what caught our attention is that Phil Spencer is one of us, with these comments:
When I started the project, the first thing I noticed was the third party editors (Japan) avoiding the Xbox One and didn't even open anything on the platform. There are some examples of this and I suffer with them individually.
Appropriately, for this reason, each of the new E3 games up and coming, using this great show to make and it is still Phil Spencer's intention to have this happen again this year. Will we soon see any frameworks such as Dragon Quest or Persona come to the Xbox? It is clear that Phil has all the ambitions to happen and it looks like the Xbox Series X will help.