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Capcom Director Yoshinori Ono Resigns From Capcom Vancouver

Posted on Monday, June 16 @ 11:16:26 Eastern by


Hardcore Blanka fan and Street Fighter Producer Yoshinori Ono has announced via his personal Twitter that he has left Capcom Vancouver, a developer previously known as Blue Castle Game and has partnered with Microsoft Studios to develop the Xbox One exclusive Dead Rising 3.

In an additional Tweet, Ono is unsure about his future:
I had take some time, I think over very carefully about next things. I'd like to watch TV for Brazil World Cup before thinking it! :D
Now, we're not sure if Ono is leaving Capcom altogether, which would be an unfortunate loss for the company. However, the stress of working at Capcom led to his hospitalization in 2012, so taking an extended break may be what he truly needs before heading back to the grindstone.
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