Inafune says Japan’s hidden talent could save its industry

Pulled from Gamasutra

“I think there needs to be a system that allows them to be more creative in their work; that would help them a lot.”

– Keiji Inafune, on the Japanese industry.

While Western developers take for granted that working on games will allow them to express their creative talents, it’s not the same in the Japanese industry. In a new interview, Mega Mancreator and former head of Capcom R&D says that the Japanese industry’s practices bury talent, but he hopes that he can shine a light on it.

Read all of it at Gamasutra


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Richard Smith is the owner and Editor-in-chief of the VG Sanctum Network. He is an overall lover of video games and will play almost every genre. His favorites are RPGs and action.

Posted on September 18, 2012, in Game Industry, NON NINTENDO. Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Inafune says Japan’s hidden talent could save its industry.

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