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Microsoft strikes Xbox One agreements with Japanese developers

Xbox One has signed on multiple Japanese development studios to make full retail releases for Xbox One.

The firm’s corporate vice president Phil Spencer confirmed the new deals to Kotaku, stating that the unannounced titles will be revealed at some point in 2014.

Spencer added that they will be full Japanese games,” not downloadable content. He also expects an increase in Japanese indie developer interest in Xbox One.

"We kicked off our independent developer program when were at Tokyo Game Show and saw some top talent walk through the door, so I think you’ll see some indies too,” Spencer said.

I’m committed to the development there."

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