John Friscia

Square Enix’s Balan Wonderworld was a failure critically, commercially, and in the court of public opinion, despite being created by Yuji Naka and (at co-developer Arzest) Naoto Ohshima, co-creators of Sonic the Hedgehog. Now, Yuji Naka has announced on Twitter that he left Square Enix at the end of April, and he may retire. Via Gematsu translation, Naka explained, “I resigned from Square Enix at the end of April. While I cannot share the reason right now, I hope to be able to discuss it when the time comes. As for what I’ll do in the future, I’m already 55 […]

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