27 Jul

Just throwing out some names for ya, speak up if any sound familiar. Keiji Inafune, Goichi Suda (51), Yuji Naka, Yoshifumi Hashimoto, Noritaka Funamizu. All of these high profile Japanese developers (Creator of, in order: Mega Man, Killer7, Sonic the Hedgehog, Marvelous Entertainment and the software company Crafts & Meister) have signed contracts with the social and mobile development platform Mobage. Owned by DeNA, the platform has already confirmed J.J. Rockets – a mobile application from Inafune – and a No More Heroes spin-off from Suda 51.

(via Develop)

2 thoughts on “Some of Japan’s Best Devs Join Mobage Dev Platform”

    1. There is that, but that game is a full retail release. Suda is also making a mobile No More Heroes game, which looks a bit ridiculous, which I assume is the target for this article (seeing as how it is a mobile game).

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