Inafune “would like to work” with Blue Castle again

Wednesday, 8th September 2010 11:05 GMT By Johnny Cullen


Capcom development head Keiji Inafune has said he would like to again work with Canadian Dead Rising 2 developer Blue Castle Games.

The studio’s been making the zombie thriller for the past couple of year, with Inafune being very positive on its relationship with the publisher.

But when asked by IGN if Blue Castle would return for Dead Rising 3, if there is a DR3, all he would say was:

“Well, we’re not going to start even speaking about DR3 until we see the sales of DR2– unfortunately that’s the nature of the game. However, the experience with Blue Castle was very positive, and if we have the opportunity I would like to work with them again.”

Sounds promising.

It was confirmed earlier this morning that Dead Rising 2 prequel, Case Zero, had sold 300,000 units since going on sale on Xbox Live Marketplace last week.

Dead Rising 2 releases on September 24 in Europe for PS3, 360 and PC.



  1. loki

    and make another mediocre

    #1 4 years ago
  2. kennaah

    Can’t wait for DR2

    #2 4 years ago
  3. onlineatron

    I assume it’s down to Blue Castle bending over backwards and doing what Capcom wanted.

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m REALLY looking forward to DR2 (I loved Case 0), but the game is almost EXACTLY the same as the first.

    I have no confidence in Blue Castle as a studio, their prior games were shoddy and the Dead Rising 2 is essentially a skin/texture swap.

    #3 4 years ago

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