All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Keiji Inafune’

New Mighty No. 9 Footage Emerges At GDC 2014

Keiji Inafune has been pretty busy ever since he said the Japanese games industry was dead in 2010. He quit his job at Capcom, formed his own studio, and even launched a successful Kickstarter campaign for Mighty No. 9. If you’re just joining us, Mighty No. 9 is a Mega Man clone from the man who made Mega Man. Since …

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Check Out The First Test Footage From Mighty No. 9

Last month, Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune took to Kickstarter to fund his vision of a spiritual successor to his beloved franchise – Mighty No. 9. Thirty days and almost $3.5 million later, the game will receive the funding it needs to become a reality and then some. Now, Mighty No. 9 being funded is all well and good. More …

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Soul Sacrifice Comes To The Vita’s Rescue Today

The PlayStation Vita is in a bit of a rough spot. It doesn’t have a lot of great games. Sony hopes to remedy that situation by just a bit today with the handheld’s latest release. Soul Sacrifice, a new title from Mega Man creator Keiji Inafune, launches today in the US exclusively for the PlayStation Vita. In celebration of the …

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Soul Sacrifice From Keiji Inafune Heading Westward

Keiji Inafune is one name that every self respecting gamer knows alongside the likes of Shigeru Miyamoto and Sid Meier. He’s credited as being the creator of Mega Man and was instrumental in the development of many franchises that Capcom still publishes regularly including Resident Evil, Dead Rising and Lost Planet. He left Capcom a few years ago and is …

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GDC 2012: Mega Man Creator Talks Japanese Games Industry

At GDC this week, we’ve already seen one indie developer tell a crowded room that Japanese games suck. One of the most famous Japanese developers agrees wholeheartedly. Mega Man creator and former Capcom global head of production Keiji Inafune talked at a panel titled “The Future of Japanese Games.” Develop is reporting that Inafune said that “Japanese studios have lost …

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