Microsoft Japan announced today with a press release that the company will launch a new bundle for the local market including an Xbox One, Kinect and three games.
Microsoft's continues effort to try and improve the Xbox brand's fortunes in Japan will never cease to amaze me.
what else do you expect Microsoft Japan to do? go on permanent vacation? start promoting ps4? is a bundle with 3 cheap kinect games... calm down
I dunno...free PS4 with purchase of an X1 may help move consoles in Japan.
I'm quite addicted to zoo tycoon... i like making zoos, and my daughter likes feeding, washing, and playing with the animals. i just wish there was a bigger limit on zoo size, once i have a few exhibits and all the amenities, it's full.
My little sister loves playing this game, she always drives around in that elephant buggy and tries to run people over >.<
The sneaky buggers always teleport at the last second...
Ye i know, she said: "Brother i think this game is broken, i cant hit them" SOOOOOOOOOOOO goooood xDDD
I don't know why they keep trying. If the PS4 can barley do good in japan, then what makes you think the XB1 will?
The power of the Kinect!
DX 12 gonna help for sure /s
The Xbox One is selling less than a thousand units in Japan per week. They should seriously reconsider whatever they are doing there. This crappy bundle wont help.
They need to keep trying... What amaze me, is to see them still trying with that gimmicky piece of crap kinect. Is like they don't learnt! Give them Tomb Raider for free, or Halo, or even Minecraft idk! something, but not Sport Rivals and Zoo Tycoon, what's next, The Fighter Within Bundle?
Might as well throw TFW into the mix. Gotta get rid of all those copies somehow.
They need to just stop... for real.
MS should just stop wasting resources being as they don't have the proper software for the Japanese market
MS stop trying go to into Japan, Sony PS4 is barely selling and Nintendo's 3DS is selling hotcakes i Japan, Cough, Cough MS huge hint of you should do next to win Japanese consumers.
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