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Bad games are bad no matter where they are made, says Platinum 

Platinum Games' Jean Kellams took to Twitter yesterday evening to say the issue with Japanese games at the moment isn't the fact it's from Japan, as a bad game is a bad game no matter where it comes from. "The problems with Japanese games aren't that they are JPN games or that they are Westernised games. "The problems with JPN games are simple: Most of them aren't very good games. People don't buy those. Most games from anywhere aren't good. That's why exceptional means exceptional."

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