If you were concerned about having to love the new Disney version of Meteos
because you're a huge Q Entertainment/Tetsuya Mizuguchi
fanboy, well, now you can take a second, more critical look at it.
As it turns out, Q outsourced their game to two companies: Platinum Egg, who did a Harvest Moon
puzzle game, and Aspect
Digital Entertainment, who are professional game ghostwriters, like Tose
. This fact may be obvious from the title screen, but we hadn't seen any investigation about it until today.
This is news only because it's about Q-- this kind of thing happens all the time, but we thought that Mizuguchi's studio was kind of a "boutique" operation that only worked on games they wanted to. Why, then, would they take on a project that interested them little enough to outsource it? Oh, right