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Shinji Mikami confirms that next project with Bethesda will be the last

In games on November 17, 2010 at 10:38 am

Shinji Mikami is a popular designer and developer of video games of Japanese origin, who works at Capcom since 1990. It is known as the creator of the game Resident Evil video, which was a real success in various parts of the world series.



This Executive has recently been in the mouth of all, due to an important announcement which took place a few days ago. It is for the misfortune of fans of video games which this very prestigious designer was in charge, Mikami said that the project is making with Bethesda will be the last direct.This is so because the designer want to specifically focus on their task as President of his own Studio, which is called Zenimax.


Desde hace un tiempo Mikami is one of the most important leaders in relation to the world of video games thanks to its group of development Zenimax production, without fail to mention are also owners of Bethesda Softworks.


On the other hand, it is important to note that the designer was surprised with the news with respect to its participation in the novel project being done, and also with the work you intend to use in the future.In relation to this, the creative assured Famitsu magazine has no possibilities to follow both as director and President of the developer team.Apart from this, Mikami said that wants to provide the ability for developers to more young people go.


“Knowing this, of course, I would put all my experience, my energy, and everything that I have in the upcoming game”, concluded the Japanese.

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