With really small fanfare, Microsoft strictly cancelled dragon-based RPG Scalebound progressing this week. The initial matter from Microsoft was usually a few sentences long. Now, though, PlatinumGames—and former Scalebound executive Hideki Kamiya—have common a few some-more thoughts on a issue.
Kamiya was apologetic, revelation fans he was contemptible to have unhappy them on Twitter.
“As we might have already heard, Scalebound has unfortunately been cancelled,” he wrote in a array of Tweets. “I’m really contemptible to everybody who was looking brazen to this game… Sorry to move we such bad news during a start of a year. All we can do for we is guarantee to keep delivering fun games… I’ll work additional tough to never have to let we down like this again, so we wish we will keep examination over us in a destiny too.”
Sorry to move we such bad news during a start of a year. All we can do for we is to guarantee to keep delivering fun games.
— 神谷英樹 Hideki Kamiya (@PG_kamiya) Jan 11, 2017
PlatinumGames boss Kenichi Sato also voiced beating in a termination in an central press release, yet he did go on to prominence a company’s destiny in terms of a arriving projects.
“We are really unhappy things finished adult this way, generally given we know many of a fans were looking brazen to this diversion as most as we were,” a recover reads. “Going forward, we will essay to continue delivering high-quality games to you, starting with NieR: Automata in March, and including products like GRANBLUE FANTASY Project Re:Link and LOST ORDER in a future.”
Microsoft, meanwhile, has been stealing all footage of a diversion from a amicable media channels, as if to erase a diversion entirely. Footage can still be found from PlatinumGames, however.
“We will keep operative tough to accommodate your expectations and we demeanour brazen to your continued support,” Platinum’s press recover concludes.
Source: Platinum Games