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Are they even making 360 games In Japan anymore? We were wondering this ourselves, especially after Japanese exclusive Ninety-Nine Nights didn't exactly keep gamers up all night Though Bullet Witch (from new publisher AQ Interactive) has been far less hyped, it actually looks worthy of a shot--it's a Devil May Cry-ish action mash-up where you play as a wily witch named Alicia who casts down demons in the year 2013.
AQ? Should I care about them? Perhaps. The company's the new Japanese publisher for developers like Cavia and Artoon, which have had their share of hits (Drakengard) and misses (Blink). The twist former Final Fantasy bigwig Hironobu Sakaguchi's an AQ shareholder, and he's working on yet another new 360 game for the publisher, an action RPG titled Cry On.