Hideki Kamiya Comments on Scalebound’s Cancellation; Denies Rumors on Health Issues

Scalebound's Director Hideki Kamiya provided a comment on the cancellation of the game, promising to work hard never to let his fans down again, an denying rumors alleging that he had to take a break due to health issues.

on January 11, 2017 4:02 AM

Following PlatinumGames’ official statement on Scalebound’s cancellation, Hideki Kamiya, who was at the helm of the game as Director, also took to Twitter to provide his own take on the issue.

Luckily, Kamiya-san also denied rumors that alleged that he was forced to take a break due to health issues.

Incodentally, Creative Producer Jean Pierre Kellams also commented, briefly, simply retweeting Kamiya-san’s posts and mentioning that the Director spoke on his behalf as well.

At the moment we don’t know what Kamiya-san will work on next, since as far as we know, he is not involved in any of PlatinumGames projects that have already been announced. As usual, we’ll have to wait and see.

 /  Executive News Editor
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