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Japan Mobile Game Giants Ring Up Profits but for How Long?

November 13, 2013
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The rules have changed - Japan's mobile gamers are moving to apps to get their daily fix, leaving the old web-based gaming platforms behind. And some companies are starting to struggle as a result.

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