A stateside company that's been around for the past two decades has closed its doors. The company was most notable for their localization of the RPG series Lunar. They paved the way for many things now more commonplace in games: improved translation and localization, game pack-ins, goodies, etc. The news What's interesting to read is the role Sony has played in the publishing of games. WD went through a similar predicament with Sega up until their switch to Sony and the PlayStation. Victor Ireland's comments on the state of the Xbox 360, even in Japan, are also noteworthy. If he's stoked, I might as well be!