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CyberConnect2, the house that brought you tons of Naruto and .hack games, has a massive multi-point plan for 2018

CyberConnect 2 isn't screwing around in 2018. Not only has the company's CEO published a 12-minute video detailing their plans for the year, but they've also written a giant missive, filled with info and half-info on what they're doing. Basically their plan is four-fold, and involves developing more games, publishing, animation jobs, and comics/novels with original stories.
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