Nintendo has recently announced an agreement to acquire the Tokyo-based company Dynamo Pictures, with the name being changed to Nintendo Pictures following the finalization. Further, this purchase and name change will allow the company to “focus on [the] development of visual content utilizing the Nintendo IP.” The acquisition process is currently expected to conclude on October 3, 2022.
That quote could mean anything, as the term “visual content” is quite the broad umbrella. It could simply mean enhanced work on cutscenes within Nintendo games or maybe even projects concerning films and television shows.
Dynamo Pictures has an extensive and diverse track record, with their work history comprising several anime, NieR Replicant motion capture, Kingsglaive Final Fantasy XV, and so much more. They are undoubtedly talented, and I’m sure we’re all eager to see how they impact Nintendo’s output moving forward.
For more information regarding Dynamo Pictures’ work history, view their official website.
Additionally, the document illustrating the eventual Dynamo Pictures acquisition by Nintendo is publically viewable.
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