Within the industry of video game There are a large number of titles that have been successful, in addition to the fact that there are a greater number of companies that seek to have a presence in it, and an example is Netflix. However, one of Japan’s and manga’s biggest publishers is already preparing to enter the market with its own brand called Shueisha Games.
Through social networks, the great publisher officially announced its new video game brand, a division specialized in the distribution of the same and that complements other of its projects linked to the development of successful titles. But not only that, they also have the goal of bringing creatives closer to both industries.
Shueisha Games will work for the development of unique titles and be able to take them to the whole worldbut they will also support talents with the full support of their publishing division.
Shueisha Games starts today!
This is a new space for us, but we’re excited to bring the knowledge & experience of years of publishing some of the world’s most famous manga to games!https://t.co/SKH0Ycwzjx pic.twitter.com/ij7joO0qn2
— SHUEISHA GAMES (@SHUEISHA_GAMES) March 31, 2022
According to what Shueisha has reported, the first four games to be released under this new brand will be: Oni by Kenei Design, ukiyo by Seaknot Studios, The Tower of Children of Tasto Aplha and Captain Velvet Meteor: The Jump+ Dimensions! by Momo-pi Studios.
On the other hand, it was mentioned that in addition to supporting small projects, there are already at least 2 large-scale games on the horizon, one of them is in charge of a major studio outside of Japan and was not revealed, while the second works in a mobile game and the characters will be designed by a famous mangaka.
If you have no idea what Shueisha Publishing is, it is one of the most famous in Japan and thanks to it we have been able to learn about some quite popular manga such as dragon ball, one piece, Kimetsu no Yaiba, My Hero Academiaamong other. Could it be that we can see some title of several sleeves?
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