Bokeh Game Studio has uploaded a new video in its Golden Hour series, where CEO Keiichiro Toyama discussed action and horror video game development with Fumihiko Yasuda of Nioh and Wo Long: Fallen Dynasty fame, as well as with Makoto Shibata from the Fatal Frame franchise.
In case you’re unaware, Bokeh Game Studio is developing a new horror game called Slitterhead. Keiichiro Toyama, the director of the original Silent Hill and Siren, is working on the title, and it will feature music from Akira Yamaoko, who composed the soundtrack for multiple Silent Hill games.
The studio has uploaded several similar videos featuring prominent video game developers, including the director of Devil May Cry and Dragon’s Dogma. The developer also confirmed that regular activity will be resuming on their YouTube channel and that fans can look forward to more guests from Japan’s gaming/entertainment industry.
Further, there will be a “Focus” video series showcasing the development of Slitterhead. We’ll keep you all updated on those videos’ arrivals.
You can view the full 25-minute Bokeh Game Studio video containing Toyama’s discussion with Fumihiko Yasuda and Makoto Shibata below. It’s a pretty intriguing watch that provides appreciative insight into the indescribably difficult art of video game development.
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