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Submitted by Simonkey75 1239d ago | news

Inafune: Japanese developers need to take “more global approach”

“The Japanese game industry used to pull the entire business forward,” says ex-Capcom man Keiji Inafune, who believes the games industry as a whole in Japan needs to shake up its approach to development if it is to compete on global terms. (Capcom, Industry, Keiji Inafune)

GribbleGrunger  +   1239d ago
No they don't. All they have to do is create Japanese centric games and release them world wide. Never let another culture effect your own. Be proud of your heritage and spread the wisdom of it... never dilute what makes you unique
Saturne3  +   1239d ago
If its great stuff like Kojima does i dont mind at all.

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