Two Veteran Developers Koji Ishitani And Soichiro Morizumi Resign From Monolith Soft

By Sato . April 3, 2017 . 12:30am

20120921_24Two longtime developers Koji Ishitani and Soichiro Morizumi announced their resignation from Monolith Soft this weekend.

 

Here’s what Koji Ishitani shared on Twitter:

 

“Last weekend, on March 31, I resigned from Monolith Soft, where I worked for the past 16 years.I worked on titles such as Xenosaga: Episode 1, Baten Kaitos: Eternal Wings and the Lost Ocean, Namco x Capcom, two Endless Frontier (Super Robot Taisen OG Saga) games, and Project X Zone 2. To all the people who worked by side and supported me, and more than anything to all of you who played our games, thank you very much!”

 

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The news comes several days after Project X Zone director Soichiro Morizumi also announced his resignation on Twitter with the following message:

 

“As of March 31, I’ve resigned from Monolith Soft. Thank you very much for these past 14 years! I was able to properly complete Namco x Capcom, Endless Frontier, and Project X Zone. I greatly appreciate all the support from the companies that were involved. I plan to stick around in the game industry… so until we meet on the next game!”

 

“Ah, also, I resigned accord. If you’re wondering, it was about the same as when I resigned from Banpresto lol. Banpresto for 7 years, Monolith Soft for 14 years, could this be some kind of cause and effect? If I can go on for 21 years on the next one, it’ll be just on time for retirement (65 years)!”


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