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Submitted by john master lee 1520d ago | article

GDC: Yu Suzuki's Psy-Phi could have taken fighters in a different direction

While the arcades and head-to-head play of the past have given way to home consoles and networking, some of the best game designers of yesteryear have incorporated the hottest trends of today way before they were cool. SEGA AM2 staple, Yu Suzuki, is no exception showcasing revolutionary titles like Shenmue and Virtua Fighter demonstrating how revolutionary the industry can be. Of course, his unreleased title Psy-Phi certainly falls under this as well. (Game Developers Conference, PS3, Shenmue III, Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown, Xbox 360)

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