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Five Kinect exclusive games announced with legendary Japanese game creators at the helm

Capcom head and Metal Gear Solid producer among those on board
By: Don Lynn | Gaming News | Posted: Sep 17, 2010 12:08 am

Microsoft announced ten "transformative" games today at the Tokyo Game Show(TGS) today, and among those were five Kinect exclusive titles. The titles themselves weren't even as thrilling as the announcement of the names that had been working on them; some of the biggest names in the Japanese and global gaming industry.




The keynote address for the show was given by Takashi Sensui, general manager of the Home & Entertainment Division for Microsoft He was joined by Goichi Suda, also known as "SUDA 51," chief executive officer of Grasshopper Manufacture Inc.; Keiji Inafune, global head of production of Capcom and From Software; Yukio Futatsugi, game director for Grounding; Shigenobu Matsuyama, producer for "METAL GEAR SOLID: RISING"; and Masaya Matsuura, president for NanaOn-Sha Co. Ltd., who appeared via video.


The five games announced were Capcom's "Steel Battalion: Heavy Armor," a unique battle experience, and the first-person horror adventure "Rise of Nightmares." An amusement-park thriller "codename D" was announced by Grasshopper Manufacture, as well as the 3-D adventure game "Project Draco" by Grounding and the mystery game "Haunt" by NanaOn-Sha. Check out more on these games at te Source Link.



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