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Xbox One has cool invisibility feature in Japan where everyone ignores it

3:00 PM on 09.04.2014 // Steven Hansen
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Hope that comes to the US version

The Xbox One is now available in Japan. The country is continuing its proud and long-standing tradition of not caring about the Xbox, however.

Twitter user @kaztsu has tweeted pictures of Akiba game stores readying to sell the console (PS4 launch, for comparison), cordoning off line areas with cones. Is it a line if no one is in it? Deep thoughts. 

Others have tweeted similarly sad pictures, as corralled by Kotaku.


@nendoroid_dc

According to Inside, he is playing a Vita and not in line.

Not in line (via ‏@Urlanyan)


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