Edge Interview: Masaya Matsuura

During the mid to late 90s, NanaOn-Sha produced the genre-founding Parappa The Rapper and then developed the theme with such titles as Vib Ribbon. Now, though it is still headed by designer Masaya Matsuura, who has also led a successful career as a recording musician, NanaOn-Sha is now a very small company, focusing on creating ideas and concepts for games that it then produces with external production teams.

Edge met Matsuura during the Develop conference in July to discuss his experiences of working as a small developer with such large publishers as Majesco, with which NanaOn-Sha created Major Minor's Majestic March, why PS3 is his ideal platform and why music needs to come before interaction in music games.

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