It appears the platformer continues to receive Squares assistance.
Square Enix says it can provide some great examples of the launch, critical reviews, and even legal proceedings.
During a Q&A session during Square Enix''s earnings briefings (via Bloombergs Takashi Mochizuki), Square Enix explained the topic. Both stated that they had a lawsuit case with Yuji Naka, although declined to comment further. And on the subject ofitself, Square Enix said it is a game that we recommend with confidence.
Square Enix has confirmed that it had a lawsuit lawsuit against Yuji Naka, but declined to comment further. "We recommend Balan Wonderworld," says the "game with confidence" (from Q&A session during earnings briefing)
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Naka, who has had a long career in anime, recently shared a Twitter thread detailing his side of the company''s development. In the tenth, he claimed that Square Enix, along with developer Arzest, are companies that care about neither games nor their fans. At one point, he says he tried to negotiate for access to address issues inand, opted to file in court.
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Square Enix confirms the lawsuit Naka claims to be real, but it appears like there is no additional comment on the matter. Well, aside from the publishers'' trust in.
The first day of the show was smooth, with poor customer support and even poor critical reception. In the Nakas thread, the former director says its a true disgrace was finally released in the country it was. He did indeed leave Square Enix, and has most recently been working on some solo work.
Square Enix has attributed a deal of success to the extremely popular MMO. Square says it intends to strengthen their IP ecosystem and establish new studios to facilitate those plans. Following the Embracer agreement, Square Enix has certainly given the possibility for more studios.