Former Imageepoch president’s new company Mikage to announce new title around February 9, 2019

New title to utilize Imageepoch IP.

Ryoei Mikage

Ryoei Mikage, the former president and CEO of Imageepoch, which went bankrupt in 2015, established a new company called Mikage LLC. in February 2017 and will announce a new title on February 9, 2019. 

“We will announce our new title around February 9, 2019,” Mikage said in a tweet. “We’re still adjusting some things such as how we’ll announce it and promotion, so there’s a chance that [the announcement] might get delayed.”

Mikage first teased his company’s new title in a recent 4Gamer.net interview, where he said it “utilizes IP created during the Imageepoch era.”

Imageepoch worked on various titles in its 10-year run, including the Sega-owned 7th Dragon series, the Marvelous-owned Luminous Arc series, the Bandai Namco-owned Time and Eternity, the Capcom-owned Last Ranker, its own properties such as Sol Trigger and Stella Glow, and many more. Mikage did not clarify whether his company’s first title is self-published or not, so it could possibly be a sequel to any one of his past works.

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