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Submitted by Aclay 1076d ago | interview

Inafune's Onward March to Independence

Gamasutra- In this interview, Inafune talks about the hidden talents of Japanese developers, why there are few large independent Japanese studios, why he wants to work with Western partners to develop games, and how the back-and-forth of working with external partners works. It's a calmer, more optimistic interview than we've seen from the man who has, of late, become more notorious as the doomcrier of the Japanese industry than recognized for his game development skills. (Industry, Keiji Inafune, PS Vita, Soul Sacrifice)

omgaloon   1076d ago | Spam

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