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A few weeks after announcing he intended to leave PlatinumGames, Hideki Kamiya posted a video on YouTube celebrating his first official day of unemployment. In the video, Kamiya explained what he’s been up to, what his future plans are, and clarified that though he’s left PlatinumGames, he’s not planning on retiring anytime soon.

“I’m over it. I’m so over it,” Kamiya said as he exited PlatinumGames’ office carrying a box full of toys including an Ultraman figurine and a Bayonetta plushie.
Kamiya quickly recapped his nearly 30-year history developing games starting at Capcom, working on Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, and Viewtiful Joe. He moved on to Clover Studio to work on Okami, before finally joining PlatinumGames directing the B…

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Photo by Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images

A few weeks after announcing he intended to leave PlatinumGames, Hideki Kamiya posted a video on YouTube celebrating his first official day of unemployment. In the video, Kamiya explained what he’s been up to, what his future plans are, and clarified that though he’s left PlatinumGames, he’s not planning on retiring anytime soon.

“I’m over it. I’m so over it,” Kamiya said as he exited PlatinumGames’ office carrying a box full of toys including an Ultraman figurine and a Bayonetta plushie.

Kamiya quickly recapped his nearly 30-year history developing games starting at Capcom, working on Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, and Viewtiful Joe. He moved on to Clover Studio to work on Okami, before finally joining PlatinumGames directing the B…

Continue reading…

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