February Reveal Confirmed for New Title Using Imageepoch IP

Thursday, January 24th, 2019

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Imageepoch Mikage LLC FeaturedJust over three weeks ago, Ryoei Mikage, former president of Imageepoch and creator of Mikage LLC., announced that his new company would be releasing a game using an IP that was originally in production during his time at Imageepoch. While no official information was given at that time, he did tease a February 9, 2019 reveal date for this new title. Earlier this morning, Mikage made several tweets to confirm that the game will indeed be revealed on this date and that Mikage LLC. is “striving to produce an English version”. While only two of these tweets were in English, several translations of his Japanese tweets (done by Siliconera) reveal additional information. From these, we’ve learned that first trailer is nearly 80% complete and that the voices of several characters (including the main character) will be done on the first or second of February.

During its roughly 10 years of existence, Imageepoch developed such titles as Fate/Extra, Stella Glow, 7th Dragon, Sol Trigger, and Luminous Arc.  It went defunct in May of 2015 with Mikage not resurfacing again until early last year. While the concrete details of this new title remain unclear, Mikage LLC. does have an official website for those wishing to dig a bit deeper. What type of game do you think this will end up being? Feel free to let us know in the comments below.



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