Tekken 7, SoulCalibur VI and Pac-Man 99 producer Motohiro Okubo announced in his tweet about leaving Bandai Namco. He worked for 25 years with the company. Okubo‘s new place of work will be an unknown company in Shibuya.
The video game producer thanked Bandai Namco and its fans for their support in this decision. “25 years ago, I joined Namco where I met different people.
I’m grateful to everyone. While working on SoulCalibur VI, I got tremendous support from players from all over the world.
Big save you. I‘d like to show all the things I’ve been given, but there are too many gifts.
Take a look at this pillow given to me by developers Tekken and Soulcalibur last week. Again, thank you, thank you, thank you! ” In addition to his work as a producer, Motohiro Okubo was also active in fighting championships as a commentator.
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