Suikoden creator Yoshitaka Murayama is away from Konami and the series he built, but with his new studio, Blue Moon, he might be making a game that we can all eventually play.
"It’s hard to say with certainty what will happen in the game industry, but one of the projects I’m currently involved with is targeted mainly towards the overseas audience," Murayama told the Suikoden Revival Movement.
"However, we’ve only just launched the project very recently and are not sure when things will actually get off the ground. When we do have something to show, I’ll be sure to post a message about it on my homepage."
Murayama also noted that Kickstarter and its, "notion of 'by the fans, for the fans' may very well be the solution to [the problem of rising costs in gaming.]"
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