That is not the only thing you won't have from Japan Home. Cyborg 009, Evangalion, Flowers of Rinne, Macross Frontier, and Idol Master.
Japan does get a bunch of cool anime stuff but overall, they don't have 1/3 of the content we have. If you look at their store, you'll see there's not much. To give an example: for some reason Konami doesn't release anything there. No Konami DDR, no Konami items. No Konami anything. No Casino, No Acorn Park, No Loot, No EODs, Thinking about it. A good portion of developers don't release content there.
All the Homes have nice things. It's nice they are different. It would be boring if they were all the same. Japan is still special in many ways and their events have always been the best. We are starting to get those and that has always been a major draw for me.
North America is special too. Most of my friends are here and personally I spend just about all my time here now!
In essence, it's the same as in real life. There are certain things that are only available in certain countries. Home isn't any different, really.
You can win a lot of Japanese items for your American account, by playing active items and games in apartments and clubhouses in Japan, and vice versa.
I love when this topic always comes up. There's nothing preventing anyone from making a JP account and buying a Yen card.
Yes, there are some cool and unique things in JP, I guess it depends on what you're in to.
New (purchasable) content is few and far between. Other content, updates, games, ect, isn't much better.
O-Two and Will Co. (GAW) are really the only two Devs that are doing anything.
JP Home does have a lot of events, but they are more cultural based than anything else.
why becuase USA fails at giving us Home users what we want....
Like the Hatsune Miku costume....
Back to the Miku costume again?
I'm positive this was already cleared up recently, when you went on about who had ownership over it. (You were wrong, incase you forgot.)
I can't count how many times licensing was explained to him.
I'm sure s/hes a child