Team Ninja has repeatedly proven itself to be one of the great reformers of fast-paced hyperviolent action games -- it should come as no surprise that the studio's new leader, Yosuke Hayashi, has a few things to say about the broader changes affecting the industry. In an interview with Gamasutra
, Hayashi discussed his feelings on the way Team Ninja has been operating post-Metroid: Other M
, as well as how the studio feels about new motion control technology and the 3DS.
The studio has a vested interest in the latter, having recently announced an entry into the Dead or Alive
franchise on the eye-popping handheld. Hayashi explained the studio is "having fun" figuring out how to effectively use the 3D display -- though he figures gamers familiar with the franchise are expecting more than a bit of 3D ... jiggling
. Of the fighters' ... assets. Why, we would never
Check out the full Gamasutra interview
for more of Hayashi's thoughts on the industry big trends.