Square Enix still “recommends ‘Balan Wonderworld’ with confidence”

Square Enix says it still “recommends” Bali Wonderworld with confidence” following Yuji Naka’s explosive series of tweets last month in which he accused Square Enix of pulling him out of the game’s development about six months before its launch.

Naka filed a lawsuit against Square Enix for the dismissal, and it was settled.

The statement came during Square Enix’s quarterly earnings call with investors on Friday (May 13), and confirmed their participation in the now-resolved lawsuit against Naka (via via VGC).

Balan Wonderworld was released in March 2021 to overwhelmingly negative reviews and commercially poor for Square Enix.

Jordan Oloman described the game as “a beautiful tragedy” in the NME’s two-star review.

Poland Wonderland
Balinese Wonderland. Credit: Square Enix

“While the image of Bali Wonderworld Oloman wrote.

Naka founded a new studio within Square Enix, named Balan Company, to found Wonderworld, before being fired in April 2021 (although at the time we believe he left voluntarily. ).

Naka has since begun one-on-one development on a new game, although there’s no word on what it will be yet.

In early May, Square Enix sold the majority of its western studios to Embracer Group and with it several major Western brands including Tomb Raider, Deux Ex and Thief.

After the sale, the publisher also announced it wanted to establish new studios to help strengthen its intellectual property ecosystem.

In other news, Bohemia Interactive announced an Arma franchise stream that will take place next week.

The stream is set up to reveal the “future of Arma,“Ability to display Arma 4 or the new Enfusion tool.

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Emma James

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