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Thursday, 23 February 2012 10:03

Kojima planning to open U.S. studio

Written by David Stellmack



Expected to open in California if they find the talent


A new studio is planned to open in California if Kojima Productions can find the right people.

The plan is still evolving, but Kenichiro Imaizumi (a senior producer for Kojima Productions) says that if they find the right people with the right kind of talent the opening of the new facility in California is really just a question of when.

If you are bilingual, happen to be in the industry and located in California, you might want to drop by the Kojima Productions booth at GDC and give them a copy of your own resume.


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