Ex-Capcom man back in business, company websites revealed

Inafune launches two new firms

Former Capcom development head Keiji Inafune has unveiled websites for his two new companies, Comcept and Intercept.

As noted by Andriasang, Intercept is a game production firm of which Inafune has said is “my new challenge for consumer game development.”

The company is based in the Shinagawa area of Tokyo and is boasting capital of ¥10m, as is the more general entertainment production firm Comcept.

The latter firm is based in central Tokyo with an Osaka branch office. It will cover areas as varied as videogames, DVDs and books.

Inafune has scheduled a ‘user press conference’ for April 4th 2011 to outline his future business plans.

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