In a new profile in Game Informer, Nakamura shared her history in game development starting with her first job at Capcom’s Clover, a beloved sub-division known for its work on Okami and Viewtiful Joe.
While it was at Clover that Nakamura met future co-workers, Hideki Kamiya and Shinji Mikami, Nakamura said her time at Clover and Capcom was difficult.
The full profile is worth reading over at Game Informer while Ghostwire: Tokyo has been delayed until 2022.
She says Capcom viewed Clover as “just the group of weirdos” and a “totally separate entity.”
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