Yesterday was the last day for Microsoft's Japan showroom. While the lounge might now have gone out with a bang, it certainly did with class. A few days earlier, MSoft held a Rumble Roses event, but did not chose the game to shutter the space and went with Zoids instead. The last PR event clearly shows the company is moving in the right direction to win over Japanese consumers. Tomy's Zoids 360 title has a broad domestic appeal to young and old alike. The game is based on the longstanding, popular anime and toys by the same name. At last month's WHobby Fair in Osaka, gamers lined up, rarin' to have a crack at the title.
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