“June 2015 will mark the tenth anniversary of the Sengoku Basara series and there are a lot of things we’re looking to do to commemorate that. We also plan to show off more of Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition, as well as some eagerly awaited new entries in some of our most cherished franchises over the course of 2015.”
I wonder which cherished Capcom franchise will get new entry in 2015?
Katsuhiro Harada Director of the Tekken revealed how development is going for Pokken Tournament.
“Pokken Tournament is slated for 2015, so just wait a little longer for more information on that! There’s still a lot we haven’t discussed yet on that. I’ve just been so busy with other things lately that I haven’t had the time to turn my attention back towards it yet.”
Atlus discussed when you will see more of information on Persona 5.
“In recent times especially, there’s a pervading sense of oppression for many people at an existential level, but so long as we as a species are able to form relationships one another in this world, we’ll always have the ability within ourselves to be able to break free from such restraints, both as individuals, but especially for groups that have a strong sense of self. In making a new proper numbered entry in the Persona series, we’re hoping to bring those issues to the forefront and are working tireless on it to make it happen, so be sure to keep an eye on more information about Persona 5 in the coming months.”
Producer of Bayonetta and Director of Bayonetta 2 has a new title in the works.
“I’ve actually got a new title in the works as we speak! We’re working really hard to make it something people will absolutely want to play for themselves, so we hope to keep having the support of our fans in 2015!”
Sega talks more about the Hatsune Miku series.
“2014 marked the fifth year that the Hatsune Miku Project Diva series has been around and we’re really thankful for all the love and support it’s gotten over the years. There’s a lot more to come from it and we’re doing our best to grow it into something even bigger and better, so we hope you’ll stick around for the ride still.”
Source : Gematsu
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