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Submitted by Lavalamp 632d ago | article

The Game Savers: How A Tiny Company Gives Neglected Japanese Games New Life In America

Kotaku: "Every Friday afternoon, the staff of Xseed Games have a meeting. They sit in a conference room, break out the booze, and talk about video games. They talk about what games might be fun to make, what games might be fun to play, and what sort of strange Japanese titles they should work on next." (Industry, XSEED Games)

Snookies12  +   632d ago
I love Xseed... So very much...
AznGaara  +   632d ago
Please please please localize Valkyria Chronicles 3.
tiffac008  +   632d ago
9 people?! Xseed definitely has my respect~
ShaunCameron  +   632d ago
I'm glad to hear that The Last Story did well for them.

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