Rez and Lumines creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi has expressed an interest in returning to game development after leaving Q Entertainment in 2013 to pursue other interests.
Tetsuya Mizuguchi, creator of Rez and its spiritual successor Child of Eden, is believed to have left Q Entertainment along with the studio’s CEO Shuji Utsumi.
Tetsuya Mizuguchi, creator of Rez and Child of Eden has resigned from Q Entertainment and has taken up a new role as a Professor at Keio University. He will continue to support the studio as an advisor only.
Rez creator Tetsuya Mizuguchi has distanced himself from games production at Q Entertainment, and has now stepped into a spokesperson role at the company. THe studio revealed Miziguchi’s shift in focus at TGS today.
Could Sound Shapes be the next Lumines? They’re both deceptively simple, stylish games, both combining audio, video and gameplay in ways we haven’t necessarily seen before, and they’re both for Sony handhelds.
The headline says it all. Again, please let this be the end of “afficionados” slapping on about Rez. Seriously, if we read the word “wonderful” one more time we’re going to kill someone. Press release here.