By Spencer . October 8, 2008 . 2:19pm
When Microsoft announced Inis first Xbox 360 game, LiPS, at E3 they proudly proclaimed it would have music suited for each region it gets published in. There are already five different versions for Europe alone. Coming out sometime in the future are LiPS (English version), LiPS (Italian version), LiPS (Spanish version), LiPS (Swiss, Austrian, and Luxembourgian version), and Lips (Danish, Finish, Norwegian, and Sweedish version). That’s a lot of LiPS. What could be potentially awesome is if LiPS’ online store allows users to download songs from other regions. There is still a lot of mystery about LiPS like “iNiS stuff” which has yet to be revealed. Unfortunately, we won’t find out any of this at Tokyo Game Show since Microsoft doesn’t have plans to publish LiPS in the region, which also means you probably won’t find many, if any, Japanese songs in LiPS when it ships in North America.
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