The friendly rivalry
between Tekken series producer Katsuhiro Harada and former Street Fighter mastermind Yoshinori Ono is a long and storied one
, though we've always suspected that, were their powers to ever truly combine, the fighting world would never be the same.
As it turns out, it'd likely be the carpet in the Namco Bandai offices that never recovered: "I think he would be a positive asset to the company and on that front we definitely would want to hire him," Harada told us during a pre-Tokyo Game Show
event earlier this week, after we asked if Ono would have a future at Namco Bandai, should the need ever arise.
"But personally working with him, I don't think we'd get very far in our jobs because we'd be too busy playing pranks on each other and putting animal turds around each other's desks. I think work would slow down a great deal if we worked together."