Producer hopes to see Madworld continue
PlatinumGames and Sega's original-looking Madworld is due for release on the Wii in March, and while his team finish work on the comic-book inspired, violent action title, producer producer Atsushi Inaba has been chatting with this website.
Despite the controversy surrounding the game's brutal, mature content, he hopes Madworld can help open up the range of games available on Nintendo's casual-bating platform, telling us that "more mature titles would mean that the users will have more games to choose from on the Wii and I think that is a good thing. It would be great if Madworld can really kick off that trend."
He would also like to see Madworld continue beyond this release, assuming it goes down well, telling us "we’d obviously love for there to be a sequel and will definitely consider making one depending on the feedback we receive from players of the game."
Much more in the full interview.
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