Yohei Shimbori (Koei Tecmo) says goodbye to the Dead or Alive saga

News personality Yohei Shimbori (Koei Tecmo) says goodbye to the Dead or Alive saga Posted on Apr 1st, 2021 at 8:20 pm This Thursday April 1st continues to have bad news and unfortunately it’s not a joke. After the departure of Gavin Moore, the creative director of Puppeteer, after the restructuring of Japan Studio, it is up to another video game icon to say goodbye. So this time it’s up to Yohei Shimbori, longtime director of the series Dead or Alive, to step down. After working on the fighting game series for almost 16 years, the man simply decides to say goodbye by leaving Koei Tecmo. Today I left Koei Tecmo Games. I worked on Dead or Alive for 16 years, and while I was happy at times, there were times when I didn’t live up to expectations. I would like to take this opportunity to express my greatest thanks to the many people who have supported and cared for me. Many Thanks. Yohei Shimbori, the ex-director and producer of the series Dead or Alive via Gematsu As a reminder, the man had taken his first steps in the series as a planner for Dead or Alive Ultimate, a compilation that brought Dead or Alive together first and second of the name , which was first released in 2004 on the very first Xbox. Then Yohei Shimbori passed Game Designer in 2005 to work on Dead or Alive 4 and Dead or Alive: Xtreme 2, and has continued his director career for the saga to this day. Also note that the veteran was the producer on the very last work in the series, Dead or Alive 6, a work that left fans very disappointed. You’ll Also Like: By JeromeJoffard, Writing jeuxvideo.com MPTwitter