He says from "here on out" the industry should pursue what makes a game "interesting and fun" above all else. Itagaki-san now runs Valhalla.
"The era of pursuing technical strength has ended," Itagaki-san said at the 100th issue anniversary of Famitsu magazine. "From here on out," he added, "we should pursue what makes games interesting and fun."
Valhalla Game Studios, Tomonobu Itagaki's new digs, is busy working on a title that he claims is his biggest project to date. Do you agree that videogames should be produced with fun above all other considerations, even if it means jagged edges?