What upcoming gaming products are SEGA employees looking forward to?

It is always fun to take a peak at what your favorite developers are looking forward too. Its nice to see what producers, artist and other SEGA employees are all looking forward to.

  • Masayoshi Kikuchi (Worked on Jet Set Radio, Panzer Dragoon  series, Yakuza series, and SEGA All-Stars series)

    Says he is looking foward to  the Playstation Vita, Dragon’s Dogma and Gravity Daze. When talking about Gravity Daze, he said since he worked on Jet Set Radio he has been looking at other cel-shaded games and see how they have evolved.
  • Mizuki Hosoyamada (Worked on Sonic series and working on Puyo Puyo 7) 

    Says he is looking forward to Dragon’s Dogma, Shin Kamaitachi No Yoru, and Ikimono Zukuri Creatoy.

Actually this is the only two people at SEGA that answered the question in this week’s Famitsu. But don’t worry, a few familiar faces also answered what they are looking forward to.

  • Shinji Mikami (Worked with Platinum Games on the SEGA published title Vanquish. Most famous for creating Resident Evil franchise)

    Says he is looking forward to Uncharted 3 and F1 2011.

  • Tetsuya Mizuguchi (Ex-SEGA developer who worked on Space Channel 5 and Rez. Has his own company called Q who are most famous for Lumines and Child of Eden)

    Mizuguchi says he is looking forward to Kindle Fire and the Playstation Vita.

If you want to read the full list with other developers, check it out here

7 responses to “What upcoming gaming products are SEGA employees looking forward to?

  1. CrazyTails says:

    Dragons dogma? Gonna have to check that out

  2. Trippled says:

    ^Supposedly that’s made by Naka.

  3. Trippled says:

    ^thanks i’ll take it

  4. Body PRESS says:

    What’s Aaron Webber looking forward to?

    That is the real question. ^__^

  5. matty says:

    The future looks promising.

  6. CosmicCastaway says:

    Dragon’s Dogma does look quite cool. I just hope co-op isn’t basically mandatory like it was in Lost Planet 2.

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