Submitted by Rikitatsu 1975d ago | news

Shigenori Nishikawa (Madworld Director) Leaving for TANGO

Via a tweet by Hideki Kamiya, we've learned that Shigenori Nishikawa, Madworld director, is going to leave PlatinumGames to join up with TANGO, Shinji Mikami's Tokyo based studio. (Dev, Industry, PlatinumGames, Shigenori Nishikawa, Wii)

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scofios  +   1975d ago
Wherever he is going is good as long as he don't go back to crapcom .
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scissor_runner  +   1974d ago
Really have you played mad world better question have you ever played it again. If any one is crap it's this guy, great art but bad game play,just boring.... I guess he does not like crits, oh well good luck with that.

I will agree capcom USA does suck....very much so, if not then go and buy the 3d bionic commando LOL.
EvilTwin  +   1974d ago
As Scissor said...MadWorld's art style was pretty much the only noteworthy thing from that game. Best of luck to Kamiya, but I don't think Platinum will exactly fall apart here.

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