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Submitted by illgamer 316d ago | interview

"We would love to make an Indian IP" says Square Enix boss in an exclusive interview with iLLGaming

Square Enix has transformed considerably over the past years. Originally a very Japanese focused company (as SquareSoft), Square Enix has revamped its image to an internationally relevant developer/publisher. Much of the company's current status has to do with the efforts of Yoichi Wada, the Chairman of Square Enix.

Wada is in India to inaugurate the fifth Nasscom Game Developers Conference in Pune, and iLLGaming gets a chance to interview him exclusively. Our Editor Ansh Patel takes up the responsibility. (Industry, Square Enix, Yoichi Wada)

WeAreLegion  +   316d ago
Sweet. Bring it on!
MegaRay  +   316d ago
Finish your games that is in development now and then think about new ips. Or sell yourself to Sony or any Japanese publisher xP

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