Shinji Mikami wants Tango Gameworks to make smaller and non-horror games

From VGC: "Tango Gameworks founder Shinji Mikami has said he wants the Ghostwire Tokyo developer to work on smaller and non-horror games in the future.

The former Resident Evil series director said in the latest issue of Japanese magazine Famitsu – transcribed by VGC – that he wants people to stop associating the studio with a single genre, and that there are plans to make non-horror games in the future."

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CaptainHenry916441d ago (Edited 441d ago )

I think this is a good idea. I don't see a sequel to Evil Within 2 anytime soon since it didn't sell that well

0hMyGandhi441d ago

Agreed. I enjoyed EW1 and 2, but I would like to see them flex their muscle and dip their toes into other genres. I have not played Ghostwire Tokyo (and to be honest, was rather disappointed in much of what was shown after such a spectacularly moody and intriguing initial trailer) but Tango is super talented, and sometimes magic happens when a studio is taken out of their comfort zone.

CaptainHenry916440d ago

Yeah I didn't like Ghostwire Tokyo after 3 hours playing. I thought it was mediocre at best

CrimsonWing69441d ago

Can we at least get a game that gives closure to Evil Within? 2 was really exceptional, in my opinion.

VersusDMC441d ago

It was closure to me. Castellano family story ended well.

I still would play a number 3 but i think it would be a different main character.

Sirk7x440d ago

One of the most underappreciated games of all last generation I feel.

Thegr81441d ago

Looking forward to ghostwire Tokyo. I think the was they use the dual sense sounds dope from the reviews

VersusDMC441d ago

Hopefully smaller games doesn't mean stuff like Grounded and Bleeding Edge. Some teams are going to end up being gamepass filler game makers.

Kinda like Platinum pumping out those Activision licenced games...but hopefully that doesn't happen here.

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