Earlier this year, Sonic the Hedgehog co-creator Yuji Naka was arrested for insider trading, allegedly using his connections and early knowledge of in-development games to buy and sell stock for profit.
Earlier this year, we learned that Sonic the Hedgehog co-creator Yuji Naka had been arrested for taking part in an insider trading scandal that involved Dragon Quest Tact, a smartphone game published by his former employee Square Enix. Well, it looks like the longtime game developer has reportedly gotten in trouble with the law once again.
Yuji Naka, a co-creator of the popular Sonic the Hedgehog series, has recently landed himself into hot water with the authorities in Japan.
As reported previously, Sonic co-creator Yuji Naka had previously joined up with Square Enix to direct the 3D platformer Balan Wonderworld – which launched to somewhat mixed reviews. Well, it looks like the game might just be Yuji Naka’s last gaming project after all.
During the recent Xbox Games Showcase, a new game from Yuji Naka and Naoto Oshima, the creators of Nights into Dreams and Sonic The Hedgehog, was revealed to be coming to Nintendo Switch in 2021.
Recently, we reported that the creator of Sonic The Hedgehog Yuji Naka had taken to Twitter to state that he felt some responsibility for Sonic’s odd movie design.