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Hirokazu Hamamura

Famitsu Overlord and President of Enterbrain, Inc.

Hirokazu Hamamura

Hirokazu Hamamura is the president of Enterbrain, Inc., making him the overlord of all things Famitsu. Of course, as we all know, this enables him the power to force any game to greatness or crush it upon the pike of mediocrity.

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Kotaku Japan uninvited from MGS Peacewalker launch event

As previously reported Kotaku's Brian Ashcraft wrote an article suggesting there was a conflict of interest in Famitsu scoring Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker 40/40 mostly due to Famitsu's Editor-in-Chief Hirokazu Hamamura appearing in Konami ads for the game.

Kotaku Japan has now been uninvited from a Peace Walker launch event by Konami and Famitsu has also written a letter raising concerns over the post1. Both of which Brian Ashcraft believes is interesting given that both events occurred on the same day.

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Famitsu scores Metal Gear Solid: Peacewalker 40/40

As reported by Kotaku, Japanese magazine Famitsu has scored Metal Gear Solid: Peacewalker 40/40. This makes the title the 14th to receive the coveted perfect score. Kotaku's Brian Ashcraft has lashed out, citing the fact that the magazine is actually available in the game, as well as the fact that the former Famitsu editor-in-chief Hirokazu Hamamura is now the President of Enterbrain, the publisher of the magazine. He is also in Konami's advertising campaign for the game and Ashcraft argues that this situation is harming the title.

Created 9 years, 11 months ago by Ziyad | Edited 9 years, 9 months ago | 1831 views
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