Rising Star and XSEED parent Marvelous AQL has set up camp in the UK, according to Siliconera. The new office will focus on mobile and social games, and will localise Marvelous titles as well as seek out European partners. Former Pure Entertainment CEO Harry Holmwood will lead; he’s recruiting, if you’re on the market. Locally, Marvelous is probably best known for the Harvest Moon series.
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There are things happening in Japanese games which are years ahead of the west, Marvelous AQL’s Harry Holmwood has argued, but at the same time there’s an untapped market in Japan for western-made games.