Imageepoch has ten games in development

Imageepoch is one of Japan’s up and coming role-playing game developers. Late last year, the company became a self-publishing studio, rebranding itself JRPG. Its first self-published title, Final Promise Story, will release on PSP in Japan next week. To commemorate the coming release, Famitsu sat down with Imageepoch CEO Ryoei Mikage.

The studio currently has a number of games in development. These include: Black Rock Shooter (PSP), Chevalier Saga Tactics (PSN, PC), and a few codenamed projects such as the Ark Project, Mars Project, Remus Project, Type-Moon collaboration project, and the unannounced Sega RPG. For a new publisher, they have a lot on their table!

There’s more where that came from. According to Mikage, the studio currently has ten titles in development. We only know of seven. And we know at least one of them is an HD RPG. We’re guessing that’s the Sega game, but who knows. They could have a good three or four HD RPGs in development.

Thanks, Andriasang.

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