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Bungie “Aerospace” filed a trademark for a new phone-based game called “Crimson” last week. The trademark is described as a “Computer game software for use on mobile and cellular phones.” and “Computer game software downloadable from a global computer network.”
Japan’s Finance Minister Shoichi Nakagawa showed up at the G7 meeting in Rome totally blotto earlier this month. This calls for a cell phone game.
How big are cell phones in Japan? If Final Fantasy IV The After is any indication, pretty damn big. An episode sequel to Final Fantasy IV, the cell phone title has been downloaded over 2 million times and is available for Japanese carrier DoCoMo’s FOMA 903i and 703i series as well as for carrier AU’s WIN BREW series. It was released earlier this year in February, and new “chapters” appear on a near monthly basis.