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JAPANESE VIDEO GAMING ADAPTING NEW TECH FOR FAMILIAR TITLES

The Japanese video game industry is finding its way out of the doldrums by adapting new technology for decades-old titles. And that energy was evident at the annual Tokyo Game Show, which opened to media Thursday before opening to the public over the weekend.

“Our old fans used to play Japanese games, and those people are excited those games are coming back and they recognize

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