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Role-playing games lead 360 TGS push

A cluster of high-profile role-playing games lead Microsoft’s charge at this years’ Tokyo Game Show, as the company reiterates its hopes of a strong presence in the region.

A cluster of high-profile role-playing games lead Microsoft's charge at this years' Tokyo Game Show, as the company reiterates its hopes of a strong presence in the region.

Blue Dragon and Infinite Discovery, both from Microsoft Game Studios, as well as Namco Bandai's newly announced Trusty Bell are just three titles benefiting from the company's marketing push in Japan.

"The key to winning the hearts and minds of the Japanese market is great games, and this great line-up demonstrates that Xbox 360 has those games in spades," said Peter Moore, games boss for Microsoft.

"Our line-up of role-playing games from the acknowledged masters of the genre is proof positive that there has never been a better time for Japanese gamers to jump in and pick up an Xbox 360 system," he added.

Other Xbox 360 titles to be showcased at the Tokyo Games Show include Capcom's Lost Planet: Extreme Condition, Tecmo and Team Ninjaâs Dead or Alive: Xtreme 2 and Viva Piñata from developer Rare.

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