December 17th, 2018, 20:45 Posted By: wraggster
Hajime Tabata is still close-lipped about what he's up to with his new studio, JP Games, but whatever his next project is, it doesn't sound small.
In a summary of comments from the interview published by Gamestalk (via Google Translate), Tabata first addressed his departure from Square Enix, expressing regret that the game's DLC had to be discontinued. He clarified that his departure had nothing to do with a quarrel with Square Enix, but rather said, "I want to do what I want to do in the direction in which I want to go without annoying anyone to the company."
Next, Tabata discussed his new studio, JP Games. Tabata said he intends to keep the team small for now, though he does intend to hire for a few new roles. For now, JP Games has not received any outside investment.
Tabata also indicated that whatever he was making next would be on a large-scale and would be akin to a AAA property, and that he wanted to make a game for consoles, PCs, and smartphones.
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