Kemuri is the new project from Ikumi Nakamura’s Unseen, and looks rad as hell

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Kemuri
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A well-liked figure from Game Awards past returned to the stage tonight to reveal her studio’s next project. Ikumi Nakamura and the team at Unseen are working on Kemuri, and even though it’s just a brief teaser, I’m already very intrigued.

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The style looks fantastic, and I love the mix of an urban locale with spirits. Coming off Ghostwire: Tokyo, I guess it makes sense.

I’m very curious to see how this turns out, as showrunner Geoff Keighley mentioned before the trailer that Unseen has not signed for any platforms or publishers yet. It might be a while until Kemuri sees a launch, but I’m keen to see how it shapes up when it arrives.

Meanwhile, if you want to see more of what Nakamura and crew have been up to, check out the “Remnant Tour” mini-doc to learn more.

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Senior Editor - While Eric's been writing about games since 2014, he's been playing them for a lot longer. Usually found grinding RPG battles, digging into an indie gem, or hanging out around the Limsa Aethryte.