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The solution to Microsoft's Japan problem is the same to Nintendo's Europe problem, a unified software support plan. No, I'm not talking about one buying or merging with the other (that's unrealistic), but both of them releasing software (1st party) on the other's devices, even if it takes some reworking. I garuntee Microsoft would spend a butt load of money to optimize the tar out of Halo Infinity to Port it on the Switch if it also meant Super Mario Odyssey came to Xbox. Both companies software sales would explode, particularly in markets where their hardware struggles. The profits would soar and greatly offset whatever magic they'd have to use to Port ALL their 1st party games to the other's device. This is the future, and I feel like both companies have been moving this direction for quite some time with Minecraft, Super Lucky's Tale, and Banjo being in Smash. Now I'm just waiting for Nintendo to put something on Xbox/PC. Seriously, whether in my scenario or one of your own, just imagine if you could buy all Microsoft and Nintendo games on one device. That would be insane. I'd include Sony in this, but I think they'd sooner die as a company than do this.