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Shadow Hearts publisher getting back into videogames


7:30 PM on 04.05.2010
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Shadow Hearts is one of my favorite RPG series, but unfortunately the general public didn't quite agree. At least, not enough of the public to stop developer Nautilus from falling apart and publisher Aruze from pulling out of the game industry. After many years away from the scene, however, Aruze is coming back. Sadly, it's not with a Shadow Hearts game.

It's some DS game that you don't care about, Aoi Don: Hanabi no Kiwami & Hanabi no Takumi. Still, it would be cool to see Aruze get back into the game business full time, especially since it still holds the Shadow Hearts license. Now all we need is for Nautilus to magically come back from the dead.

Shadow Hearts License Holder Making Games Again [Siliconera]






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