The publisher of Dragon Ball and Naruto announces a video game division

Shueisha will have its own video game division. This has been announced by the publisher in an official statement, where they have also revealed some of the titles that are in development. It’s not that Shueisha Games has an in-house development studio., but has established agreements with developers to publish their video games. Productions planned include Oni (Kenei Design), Ukiyo (Seaknot Studios), The Tower of Children (Tasto Alpha), and Captain Velvet Meteor: The Jump+ Dimensions (Momo-pi-Studio).

From the company they will try to support developers, but also promote collaborations between video game creators and other manga authors, novelists, screenwriters, etc. They will also allow them to create their own original works. There are currently more than 4,000 developers who are part of the Shueisha Game Creator Camp project, a project aimed at helping independent developers. The new label is an extension of this initiative.

Shueisha Games logo.

New game of One Piece and Dragon Ball

The video game rights of successful sagas such as Dragon Ball, Naruto or One Piece belong to Bandai Namco, a company that is outlining some titles based on these series. Son Goku and company continue to wage war in Dragon Ball FighterZ and Dragon Ball Xenoblade 2, while the next product to see the light will be Dragon Ball: The Breakers, an asymmetric multiplayer for consoles and PC.

Bandai Namco has just announced One Piece: Odyssey, a JRPG developed by ILCA that will narrate a completely original story, in which we will meet unpublished characters and meet old acquaintances. It has the participation of Eiichiro Oda, the original author of the manga. As if that were not enough, it will serve to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the comic’s premiere.

Netflix, meanwhile, Has revealed that will invest heavily in its anime products. Throughout the year 2022 we will enjoy some 40 new titlesamong which are series and movies.

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Source | Gaming Bolt