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why do you think western games fail in JPN, but JPN games do well in the west?

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User Info: Daggeraxe

Daggeraxe
4 years ago#21
Japan has been dominating the industry in all previous generations, where as current gen is the start of the west beating the Japan. That might have something to do with it.

User Info: Xenesis Xenon

Xenesis Xenon
4 years ago#22
The Japanese gamers have a saying there.

"Japanese game, good game. Western game, crap game".
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User Info: Vs1991

Vs1991
4 years ago#23
its cause the whole world knows japan does games best. if you leave it to the americans we'll have another video game crash like before nintendo came and saved the day with the nes

User Info: oasisbeyond

oasisbeyond
4 years ago#24
Japan doesn't like anything from the US anymore, it's their way of life and to keep their culture. Except... Apple stuff, now that's Gold there.

User Info: FeiBenares

FeiBenares
4 years ago#25
Wizardry games were popular in Japan, too.
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User Info: splift1111

splift1111
4 years ago#26
There is a huge disconnect from reality in this thread. In recent years jap games have had a massive decline in the west both in part to western games getting better and eastern games getting worse (see ff13). On the other hand many of the big west franchises like gta, elder scrolls, and fallout just to name a few.
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