“Resident Evil” director Shinji Mikami (Shinji Mikami) put forward new ideas for cross-genre games.
Shinji Mikami will always be a legend in the development of video games.When he directed, he helped to hone and shape the horror in video games resident Evil In the year 1996.Then, he focused on the action again and reshaped this type Resident Evil 4.
The creator founded ZeniMax’s Tango Gameworks in 2010, but has gone backwards in recent years. The last game he directed was “The Evil Inside” in 2014. This is by design, because the studio was established to promote and encourage new talent to engage in games. This is what we saw in the studio’s next game “Ghostwire: Tokyo”, where he served as the deputy executive producer.
However, Mikami has not yet come up with an idea.
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In an extensive interview, Mikami said in an interview with Variety that his ideas are not lacking, and that their expansion is not limited to horror games. In this article, puzzle games and RPG are the types he might want to explore.
However, Mikami, 55, hinted that he may have to choose what he chooses next. He said: “I am getting old, so it will depend more on how much energy I have.”
Mikami did hint that he might have a bigger game, but if he does accept it and can control it, it will be his last game. He said: “My idea is that if I have the opportunity to make a game from start to finish, that is completely my vision, then, without a doubt, it will be my last big project as a director. Like “I direct “This kind of thing might be more appropriate.”
I hope that Mikami will one day have the opportunity to go out and guide the final passion project. Seeing him get the last bite of Apple will be a suitable way to understand his outstanding director career.