Halo developer Bungie have had a visit from Capcom's Keiji Inafune, to see this "amazing studio" that's put out "incredible games," and to see if that "flavour" could be harnessed.
The Capcom boss also wanted to see if game design philosophies "matched up." If they got on then they'd be interested in working some project together down the road. Dun-dun-dun.
"Bungie is an amazing studio that has made incredible games," Inafune told .
"So I was always curious about how they made their games in hopes of being up to add some of the flavour into Capcom games."
"Also, I wanted to come down to Bungie in order to see just how well our philosophies on game design matched up. If things clicked, I know it would be interesting to collaborate together on a title in the future," he continued.
With Bungie now free from Microsoft Game Studios it's certainly possible. Maybe they'll get the Halo veterans to work on their next Resident Evil title, given it's become a co-op shooter now.
Capcom: Would be "interesting to collaborate" with Bungie in future
15 September 2009 | By Simon Priest