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  1. I remember P-Studio teasing a new IP a few years ago, and I’m curious to see what comes of it, especially because it sounded like more of a mediaeval fantasy than their usual cutting-edge fare.

  2. QOTW: The “Tales of” development team was the one I would have said worked on Scarlet Nexus a week ago, but they only lately came clean about their affiliation with the studio. Instead, I’ll just repeat what Platinum Games said. The majority of the time, even when their experiments fail to yield a commercial success, the resulting video games are interesting and fun.

  3. QotW: A fresh intellectual property is something I’d want to see Eiji Aonuma’s Breath of the Wild team tackle. What would happen if they genuinely let go of Zelda if they could do that? (Although, please finish BotW2 first…)

    I was going to say Monolithsoft as well, but it’s clear they’re working on new intellectual property at the moment. Let’s replace them with Intelligent Systems before they get too invested in Fire Emblem.

  4. I was going to mention Monolithsoft as well, but I’m thinking the Devil Survivors could be a better fit. Tokyo Mirage Sessions was probably worked on by a couple of the devs, although it’s set in the Megami Tensei universe. It would be interesting to see them tackle a role-playing game that isn’t related to MegaTen.

  5. In case you were wondering, I’ve been cheating. The potential outputs of the Pokémon and Yo-Kai Watch teams confuse me. Take years’ worth of anime and video games and lock them up in separate rooms, then compare the two games that result.

  6. If you cheat, I will too. I’m sad that AlphaDream is no more; I was hoping they’d get back together and make some new intellectual property.

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