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Submitted by -Mezzo- 937d ago | interview

Game Informer - Inafune On Sacrifice, Japanese Gaming, And More

Game Informer - Keiji Inafune isn't one to mince words. The former Capcom creative lead made headlines a few years back after proclaiming that Japanese game development was dead. He's since left the company to work on a number of new projects, including the upcoming Vita game Soul Sacrifice. We sat down with him and discussed the game, as well as his thoughts on heroism, sacrifice, and, oddly enough, Wonderbook. (Keiji Inafune, PS Vita, Soul Sacrifice)

miyamoto  +   937d ago
"I’d bet that most hardcore gamers, when your name comes up, would say you’re the father of Mega Man and the guy who said that Japan was dead. If you could add one more thing to that list that you’d like associated with your name, what would it be?

It doesn’t apply to the current situation, but in the future I would like to be known as the guy who saved the Japanese game. I hope that makes the headline! It would be nice if that has a next chapter."

now that will be interesting to witness

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