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Legendary Developer Shinji Mikami Is Collaborating On A Mysterious Game Remake

There are a few video game developers that stand out for fans. One of those iconic individuals that have a rather lengthy career with big hits in the industry is Shinji Mikami. This is a Japanese video game developer that has helped design, direct and produce some truly remarkable games over the years. However, their next big project is a mystery. Today, we’re finding out that the developer is collaborating on a brand new game remake. We’re just not certain yet about what the project is at the moment.
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Resident Evil’s Shinji Mikami reportedly working with PlatinumGames & Capcom on new project

Video game legend Shinji Mikami, best known for his work on the Resident Evil franchise, is reportedly collaborating with PlatinumGames and Capcom on a new project. Rumors have begun circulating online that Shinji Mikami is working on a project with Capcom and PlatinumGames. Mikami is a cult figure in the gaming community and has become an influential figure in the industry. He is one of the co-creators of Resident Evil and has directed hit games like Resident Evil 4, The Evil Within and Dino Crisis.
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Resident Evil 4 director Shinji Mikami says it's the game that has the least of himself in

Resident Evil 4 director Shinji Mikami feels like it's the game that has the least of himself in. Yesterday on March 30, Keiichiro Toyama's Bokeh Game Studio debuted the first episode in a new interview series called Golden Hour, in which the Silent Hill director sits down for a chat with various game developers. The first interviewee was horror icon Shinji Mikami, who admitted partway through the interview that Resident Evil 4 is "the game where I feel there's the least amount of myself in it."
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‘Resident Evil’ Creator Shinji Mikami Sits Down With ‘Silent Hill’ Creator Keiichiro Toyama to Talk Horror [Video]

With the original Resident Evil recently having its 26th anniversary (though the remake is pretty cool, too), Bokeh Game Studio, the folks behind the upcoming Slitterhead (and Silent Hill), were teasing a little surprise in celebration. That surprise turned out to be a visit to the studio by Resident Evil creator, Shinji Mikami. Mikami also sat down for a little chat with fellow Survival Horror innovator (and Bokeh Game Studio head) Keiichiro Toyama, to talk about (what else?) the genre they created.
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Bokeh Game Studio launches new Golden Hour video series with first guest Shinji Mikami

Bokeh Game Studio has launched a new Golden Hour video series, where they’ll invite various guests from the industry in Japan and overseas to discuss games. Their new Golden Hour video series starts off with its first guest – none other than legendary creator Shinji Mikami, the creator of Resident Evil. Mikami discusses various things in development with Bokeh Game Studio creative director Keiichiro Toyama, another storied horror game creator.
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Shinji Mikami Explained How Sweet Home Influenced Resident Evil

Bokeh Game Studios kicked off a new video series. In each installment, Founder Keiichiro Toyama will talk with a guest. In the first entry, Resident Evil Creator and Director Shinji Mikami appeared to discuss the game, how the earlier Capcom game Sweet Home influenced it, and zombies. After talking about...

Shinji Mikami wants to make more non-horror games

Ghostwire: Tokyo is a really good action game, but it is not horror. "Weird things happen, and you may be unnerved by going into the home of a malicious spectre," we said in our 72% review, but "if you're looking for a good scare, you're not going to get it here." That came as a bit of a surprise, and maybe disappointment, for fans of Shinji Mikami and Tango Gameworks, the developer of The Evil Within games, which most definitely are horror.
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Tango Gameworks’ Shinji Mikami wants to make non-horror games

Tango Gameworks founder Shinji Mikami has said that he wants the studio to move away from the horror genre in the future. In a new Famitsu interview (translated by VGC), Mikami shared his thoughts on the studio following the recent launch of Ghostwire: Tokyo, saying he wants to make non-horror games in the future.
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Game Pass Will Allow Tango Gameworks to Make Both Smaller and AAA Games, Shinji Mikami Suggests

Tango Gameworks has become synonymous with survival horror games thanks to The Evil Within and The Evil Within 2, but with Ghostwire: Tokyo, the studio’s sending the message that it wants to branch out and try new things- an unannounced game currently in the works at Tango is supposedly “the complete opposite of horror.” And it would seem them wanting to branch out is not just restricted to the genres they make games in, but also the scope of the projects they work on.
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Tango Gameworks Founder Shinji Mikami Wants to Release Smaller Titles - News

Tango Gameworks founder Shinji Mikami in an interview with Famitsu says he wants the studio, best known for The Evil Within series, to develop smaller titles alongside bigger releases. "First of all, we should produce a masterpiece every ten years," said Mikami via VideoGamesChronicle. "Secondly, we want young people to...
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Ghostwire Tokyo producer Shinji Mikami doesn’t want Tango Gameworks to only make horror games

Tango Gameworks founder Shinji Mikami has revealed his Ghostwire Tokyo studio will take on more genres outside of horror in future games. The comments came in an interview by Mikami in the latest issue of Famitsu (as translated by Video Games Chronicle). The former Resident Evil director said he’d like it if fans didn’t associate the developer with a single genre. “I hope to eventually change the image that Tango Gameworks currently has,” he said. “At the moment, we are still seen as a studio that specialises only in survival horror.”