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Submitted by Lavalamp 1076d ago | article

America Through a Japanese Lens

1UP: "The many ways which games abroad portray our nation." (Culture, Earthbound, No More Heroes, Pilotwings, Resident Evil, Silent Hill)

Kran  +   1075d ago
Only Japanese company that portrays America so well would have to be Kojima. Other companies are like "big eyes, strange hair and light up effects"... Kojima Productions are just... thats why I respect them so much because they know americans to the tee (almost)
wishingW3L  +   1075d ago
Kojima is probably the only one to be honest. No matter how hard I try I can't think of anybody else....
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