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GhostWire: Tokyo developer Ikumi Nakamura has set up her own studio

By Stephany Nunneley, Wednesday, 24 March 2021 17:27 GMT Former Tango Gameworks lead designer Ikumi Nakamura has set up her own independent studio.In a 17 minute documentary from Game Spark and Archipel, Nakamura discusses her career, which spans from working at Capcom on Okami to being a concept artist for Bayonetta to becoming the creative director on GhostWire: Tokyo.Nakamura left Tango Gameworks back in September 2019, a few months after her popular on-stage appearance at E3. According to her, the departure was due to health reasons (thanks, PlayDiaries).“When you get ideas and work in a team, there can be some problems that come with…

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Future Bethesda games to be exclusive to platforms with Game Pass, Microsoft to continue supporting current multi-platform games

It looks like future Bethesda titles will indeed be exclusive to “platforms where Game Pass exists,” according to Xbox boss Phil Spencer.Speaking during today’s Xbox and Bethesda roundtable, Spencer basically reiterated what he said earlier this week regarding whether new Zenimax Media games will be multi-platform.The company will still honor current contractual obligations such as those with Sony for Ghostwire: Tokyo and Death Loop.“We have games that exist on other platforms, and we’re going to go support those games on the platforms they’re on,” said Spencer. “There are communities of players, and we love those communities and we’ll continue to invest in…

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Have you played… The Evil Within 2?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game retrospectives. One a day, every day, perhaps for all time. There’s a bit in The Evil Within 2 where you walk into a large residential area with lots of houses, garages and shops to explore. Up until this point the game (and the series) has been entirely linear, so having the ability to roam is immediately daunting. You pick a building, head inside and hope for the best. What you’ll find ranges from fairly normal zombie-killing fare to genuinely horrible miniature horror stories involving force-feeding mothers and shouty poltergeists. (more…)

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You can pet the dog in Ghostwire: Tokyo

Tango Gameworks founder and CEO Shinji Mikami recently made an incredibly important announcement: You can pet the dog in Ghostwire: Tokyo. The news comes from the brand new Ghostwire: Tokyo PS5 trailer shown at QuakeCon earlier today. Check out the video below.“I’m Shinji Mikami from Tango Gameworks,” says Mikami at the beginning of the video. “Thank you for joining us during QuakeCon at home during these challenging times.”“I’ve been wondering why it’s been feeling so tough lately, then I realized that I’ve been in this industry for 30 years,” he continues. “I’d rather not become a fossil in the game industry, so…