Imageepoch’s Former CEO Mikage To Reveal A New Title Using Imageepoch-produced IP Next Month

Imageepoch’s Former CEO Mikage To Reveal A New Title Using Imageepoch-produced IP Next Month

During 4Gamer.net interview, former Imageepoch president and CEO, Ryoei Mikage, revealed that his new company is preparing to announce a new title in early 2019.

Imageepoch have gone bankrupt in 2015 but former CEO Mikage has established a new company Mikage LLC. Over on Twitter, Mikage tweeted that a new title will be revealed next month.

The new work will be announced around February 9, 2019. Because there is a part in various adjustments such as the announcement method and promotion, it might be somewhat slightly. We will start muttered properly when it is announced.

In addition, a previous interview from 4Gamer.net states that this new title will be using an Imageepoch-produced IP.

“Preparations are underway on a new title from Mikage that utilizes IP created during the Imageepoch era. We’re making preparations to announce it in early 2019. Look forward to it.”

To give a background, Imageepoch was a video game developer based in Japan. It was founded on June 2005. They were best known for the tactical RPG Luminous Arc released on Nintendo DS. Other titles developed by Imageepoch were 7th Dragon and its own original IP, Stella Glow, released for the Nintendo 3DS, among others.

No specific information was mentioned as to what the new title will be from or what platform it will launch. But it might be a sequel to one of their original works – Tale of the Last PromiseSol Trigger, or Stella Glow.

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