Since no one who contributes anything around here lives near Florida, it might be better to have a more detailed list of what issues you have. Then it could probably be arranged to have just those issues that are needed shipped to someone who can scan them (shipping everything would be expensive and wasteful if a bunch of your collection isn't needed.)
This isn't really true.
This is mostly true.
The real answer is this: the Xbox has very little to offer Japan. If you're Japanese, why would you want an Xbox? Most of the Xbox-exclusive games are western-developed, and as you point out, don't appeal to Japanese gamers' tastes. Almost all of the Japanese games you might want to play are (obviously) available on Japanese systems, and so are the foreign games that have been embraced within Japan like Minecraft, Fortnite, Grand Theft Auto, Call of Duty, etc.
Japan doesn't ignore Microsoft because they dislike foreign things. Everyone's computer is running Windows, and the most popular mobile phone in Japan is the iPhone. The Xbox just doesn't appeal because it has very little to offer that appeals to Japanese consumers that isn't already available on a Japanese system as well.
Until Microsoft can secure hundreds of exclusive dating sims and JRPGs, they don't stand a chance.
Hi everyone, it's been awhile since I've been on this site, though I am back again to offer anyone the above-mentioned collection, plus some more I found.
I will be renting a car near the end of May and can drive as far as to Orlando.
I have boxes of:
Official Xbox Magazine + demo discs, a few of Xbox Nation
Tips & Tricks
Electronic Gaming Monthly
Plus some other random video game magazines.
Some as far as back as 2001, many also from 2006-2010-ish.
About 10 small boxes (imagine a box size a little bit larger than an Xbox 360 box). You could probably fit them all in a car trunk + back seats.
These magazines I hope would be used for this wonderful website in some way to preserve in the future.