SEGAbits: "With Binary Domain set to be released next week, SEGAbits were given an exclusive interview with one of SEGA's finest developers, Toshihiro Nagoshi. Having joined SEGA in the late 1980s with a degree in media, Nagoshi has been involved in several high profile games for SEGA early in his career, from working on Virtua Racing to having worked on the biggest arcade game in the industry, Daytona USA. Moving up the ranks, Nagoshi soon found himself leaving his job from AM2 to heading up Amusement Vision in the late 90s during the Dreamcast era. There his teams made two of SEGA's most well loved series in the modern era, Super Monkey Ball and Yakuza.
Now heading the newly formed Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio, we get a chance to ask Nagoshi after his new studio's first title, Binary Domain."