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You may know Shinji Mikami not by name, but by project -- he's one of the main creative forces behind games like Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, and the strangely forgotten about Dino Crisis. He's left Capcom and is currently an external board member on the newly formed SEEDS studio, born from the ash...

April 6th 2007 at 2:30pm 0 Comments
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Capcom's VP of marketing, Charles Bellfield, recently demonstrated extraordinary levels of courage and patience when he was sealed in a (possibly metaphorical) room with our very own Kyle Orland. The experience yielded an interesting interview on Gamasutra, one that touches on the fate of Clover Stu...

February 20th 2007 at 10:53am 0 Comments
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After the lackluster sales of the absolutely gorgeous and stunning Okami, Capcom closed down their Clover Studios -- also responsible for Viewtiful Joe. Well, doors officially close next month, but it doesn't seem to be the end of the Clover team. Far from it, in fact. Atsushi Inaba, CEO of the defu...

February 16th 2007 at 12:45pm 0 Comments
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You know something's rotten in the games industry when the reward for producing a magnificent adventure like Okami is the complete liquidation of your studio. All is not lost, however, as the former members of Capcom's Clover Studios have moved their aspirations to fresher soil. GameDaily BIZ report...

February 15th 2007 at 9:10am 0 Comments
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Update: 360 Fanboy reader, insane_cobra, uncovered the English version of the document. It looks like the Okami/Godhand dream is just that, a dream. It was nice while it lasted. A gaming blog by the name of Live Gamer reports that the PS2 exclusives, Okami and Godhand, are headed for a face-lift o...

December 27th 2006 at 12:45pm 0 Comments
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The people of Games Radar speak about Tokyo Game Show in their latest podcast. They speak a little bit about PSP, and talk about the impressive Metal Gear Solid: Portable Ops and Final Fantasy VII: Crisis Core, and lament about how the PSP might've been more successful if such beautiful, fully devel...

October 1st 2006 at 1:35pm 0 Comments