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So...Treasure. Any signs of life?

rawhide

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Oct 28, 2017
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Yeah, they definitely seem to have successfully melded their shooting with the modern mobile platform. But...none of that stuff has come over here, unfortunately.
It's a service game, so they'd need to partner with a publisher in order to run an English version.

The same is true of putting their games on Switch or wherever else--they're entirely willing to license them to other people to publish/port, it's just that nobody's biting aside from M2.
 

duckroll

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Oct 25, 2017
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The real question is, where are the former staff now and what are they up to?

Remember: games are made by people, not companies
Iuchi is at M2. His day job is programming on assorted projects M2 has, along with some gameplay design/supervision. He is also directing a new shooter for PS4 but it's not a priority project since it's an internal self-funded thing M2 is letting him work on.
 

hibikase

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Oct 26, 2017
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Iuchi is at M2. His day job is programming on assorted projects M2 has, along with some gameplay design/supervision. He is also directing a new shooter for PS4 but it's not a priority project since it's an internal self-funded thing M2 is letting him work on.
Going from Treasure to M2 sounds like a very appropriate job progression