Microsoftโ€™s Xbox Japan Boss Resigns

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According to the official Microsoft announcement on the change, Takashi Sensui did not resign as a result of his poor performances as the general manager of Microsoft’s interactive entertainment business, but as a part of the reorganization of of the Xbox business at a global scale. This does not change the fact that since he joined Microsoft’s Japanese Xbox division in 2006 he failed to turn over the sales of the company on the local market, facing an increased competition from the two leading Asian consoles, Sony’s PlayStation and Nintendo’s Wii. Continue reading this story here.



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