Keiji Inafune, creator of Mega Man, and a staunch critic of Modern Japanese games, speaks up, telling us one video game company in particular that he feels is doing thinks right.
I agree Keiji-san. I love Generation of Chaos. Yeah it has a steep learning curve, but once you get over it and learn what everything does, it becomes one of the most addicting games.
Idea Factory, Compile Heart, Gust Corporation, and NIS have been making some of the best japanese games this generation.
1) This proves hes anti globalization 2) This proves hes out of his mind
But don't you think the games of Idea Factory are generally niche games targeted to the Japanese market?
1) Niche games are cool 2) There games are loved worldwide
Idea Factory.....really, he's ****ing bonkers
What. Well Keiji might agree with Westerners about the Japanese industry but clearly not for the same reasons.
Maybe if they made an new RPG maker for this generation consoles with keyboard support and the ability to use music and images of the console's HDD.... Graphics engine doesn't have to be revolutionary, maybe along Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne standard.....
Well, his credibility is completely shot. I love Mega Man and all, but praising Idea Factory is the most ridiculous thing I've ever heard come from a developer. Even Japanese gamers hate them.
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