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Submitted by Green_Thunder 1012d ago | interview

Inafune Interview

Despite years of hand-wringing over the waning Japanese game industry, former Mega Man series producer Keiji Inafune believes the state of game development in the island nation has shown no improvement. If anything, he believes it has gotten worse. (Game Developers Conference, Keiji Inafune)

Green_Thunder   1013d ago | Spam
NYC_Gamer  +   1013d ago
Japan needs some more indie studios to pop up with new creative ideas
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