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 Atelier  studio Gust merging with owner Tecmo Koei
Atelier studio Gust merging with owner Tecmo Koei
July 29, 2014 | By Mike Rose

July 29, 2014 | By Mike Rose
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Newsbrief: Japanese publisher Tecmo Koei has decided to merge Atelier RPG studio Gust into its parent operations, in a bid to run the business more smoothly.

Tecmo Koei acquired Gust back in 2011, with the aim to take the studio's popular IP and branch it out into new genres. Now Gust will be merged with Tecmo Koei in October, under the name Gust Nagano Development Group.

The idea behind the move, according to a translation from Gematsu, is to provide an environment that allows for better business coordination between the two outfits.


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Christian Nutt
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The Gust games have been getting better and better looking over the course of the generation. Not sure if they've been getting better and better PLAYING as the last one I played was on PS2, but unlike most of the niche JRPGs RPGs we see on Sony platforms, they're not getting creepier and they're not getting crappier.


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