Naruto: Clash of Ninja was Tomy’s starting point for publishing and developing games in North America. Within this fiscal year Tomy plans on releasing other properties, original Tomy properties, to the West as video games. Choro-Q Wii and Licca-Chan were specifically mentioned. Both seem right since Penny Racers Party: Turbo-Q Speedway is probably Choro-Q Wii and Lovely Lisa is probably Licca-Chan DS. Tomy also releases a number of Hitman Reborn games in Japan and owns all the rights to the Zoids franchise. With this news out in the open, I wouldn’t be surprised if someone, somewhere is making another Zoids game designed for North America and Japan. If Tomy truly plans on sales of 6 billion yen ($55 million) by fiscal year 2010 the publisher must have at least one other game in the pipeline they aren’t ready to discuss.
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