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Just last fall at Tokyo Game Show, Capcom producer Keiji Inafune voiced some pretty pessimistic views on the Japanese gaming industry.
"Personally when I looked around [at] all the different games at the TGS floor, I said 'Man, Japan is over. We're done. Our game industry is finished," Inafune said through a translator at TGS. The candidness of his opinions took many aback.
Luminary Japanese designer Goichi Suda is not of the same opinion, though. In a recent interview, Suda, director of No More Heroes and Killer 7, spoke out on what he thought of the industry, indicating that he thinks that the Japanese gaming industry still has "potential".
"Maybe he was just in a bad mood..." Suda said in regards to Inafune. "There are a lot of young gamers out there, so I think there's potential. Especially now we don't just have a console-based system. There's the iPhone, WiiWare, stuff like that, which allow young game designers to try out new things. So I think there's potential for a new type of games designer in the future."
Suda is currently collaborating with EA on a horror game for the PS3 and Xbox 360.