Capcom veteran Ryota Niitsuma, who produced Marvel vs. Capcom three: Destiny of Two Worlds and Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, has introduced his departure from the corporate.
In a sequence of tweets, Niitsuma thanked followers for his or her assist and warranted them that he’ll nonetheless proceed to work within the business as a producer. He wrote:
I’ve a discover!
Hey, to all of the followers on the market. I wished to let I can be leaving Capcom. I used to be in a position to accomplish many issues due to your love and assist. Phrases themselves don’t appear to be sufficient for this case, however permit me to say ‘Thanks! to all of you. Combating video games will at all times be necessary to Capcom, and it’s due to all of you that Capcom could make them. Your assist is drastically appreciated! Thank you everybody! It’s been nice taking a journey with you!
P.S. Whereas now not at Capcom, I’ll nonetheless proceed in my function as a producer within the video games business. I’m positive our paths will cross once more!
Niitsuma additionally produced the 2012 HD model of JoJo’s Weird Journey: Heritage for the Future, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Final All-Stars and Final Marvel vs. Capcom three. In accordance with his Wiki web page, he supported the event of Monster Hunter four Final and 2009’s Avenue Fighter IV.
Niitsuma revealed again in October 2019 that he’s now not engaged on preventing video games for Capcom. Siliconera reported that he moved to the corporate’s Dev 1 group, which handles Resident Evil and Satan Might Cry, following his work on Final Marvel vs. Capcom three.
We want him the perfect of luck.
[Source: Ryota Niitsuma via ResetEra, Siliconera]