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Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Xbox 360 Dead or Alive 4 kiosk brings Japan to life


If you've seen any pics of the Xbox 360 release in Japan, you would have thought that the Xbox 360 carried some kind of "don't buy me" disease, crippling the many Xbox 360 fans who for sure wanted to purchase but obviously couldn't. Nah, that wasn't the case. Surprisingly so, the Japanese weren't sent into a frenzy the very minute Call of Duty 2 was available. What subdued the Xbox 360's lunch in Japan was the fact that there wasn't any killer-gotta-have-it-now game tailored to the Japanese audience's taste. By the looks of these pictures thought, Dead or Alive 4 seems poised to change all of that. As Microsoft is surely saying right now, here's to hoping!



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