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Ico, Shadow of the Colossus producer Kenji Kaido quits


5:00 PM on 08.27.2012
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Kenji Kaido, a Team Ico member and producer of both Ico and Shadow of the Colossus, is leaving Sony Computer Entertainment Japan. He dropped a casual tweet to let the world know that he is leaving SCE this month. According to Game|Life, Kaido has yet to decide what he's doing next other than continuing his summer vacation. Talk about peace-ing out!

Those following the development of upcoming (hopefully!) game The Last Guardian know that Team Ico frontman Fumito Ueda and producer Yoshifusa Hayama have also recently jumped ship. We've been told that the game is still in the works, but at this point who will be left to work on it?






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