MAGES Director Announces Plans To Speed Up Localizations Of Future Games In Spain
Recently, MAGES director Shinji Mikami announced plans to speed up localizations of future games in Spain. This move is seen as a sign of MAGES’ commitment to the Spanish gaming market, which has long been underserved by the Japanese video game industry.
Mikami has been a major figure in the Japanese video game industry for over two decades, having worked on a variety of titles such as the Resident Evil series and the Devil May Cry series. He is also the director of the upcoming game Death Stranding, which is set to be released in November of this year.
Mikami’s announcement comes after a long period of silence from the company regarding its plans for the Spanish gaming market. The lack of information had caused some speculation that MAGES was not interested in the Spanish market, but Mikami’s recent statement has put those fears to rest.
In his statement, Mikami noted that MAGES has been working on localizing its games for the Spanish market for some time, but that the process had been slow. He went on to say that the company was now committed to speeding up the process and that it would be making an effort to ensure that future games are localized for the Spanish market as quickly as possible.
Mikami also noted that the company was taking steps to ensure that the localization process is of the highest quality. He stated that MAGES was working with local partners in Spain to ensure that the localized versions of games are as close to the original Japanese versions as possible.
The announcement has been met with enthusiasm by Spanish gamers and gaming industry professionals alike. Many see it as a sign that MAGES is finally taking the Spanish market seriously, after years of neglect.
The move is also seen as a sign of confidence in the Spanish gaming market. With the announcement, MAGES is signaling that it believes the Spanish gaming market is an important one and that it is worth investing in.
MAGES’ commitment to the Spanish gaming market is an encouraging sign for the industry. It shows that the company is willing to invest in the market and that it is confident that the Spanish gaming market can be a profitable one.
Mikami’s announcement is also a sign that the Japanese video game industry is starting to take the Spanish market more seriously. For too long, the Spanish market has been neglected by the Japanese video game industry, but now it seems that companies like MAGES are starting to recognize its potential.
Only time will tell if MAGES’ plans to speed up localizations of future games in Spain will be successful, but for now, it is an encouraging sign for the Spanish gaming market.