Yoko Taro: Will Make Drakengard Sequel 'If Producer Gives Him Money'
posted on by Rafael Antonio Pineda
Game designer and NieR game series creator Yoko Taro said in a Q&A session at the SEA Summit event in Singapore on October 13 that he would make a new work in the Drakengard (Drag-On Dragoon) series if a producer gave him money. He directed the statement to a Square Enix producer who was also present at the talk.
Taro also answered a question about what he would do with a possible new NieR title by stating that he would think of what people would expect from a new NieR game, and deliberately not do that. He went on to say that he would make a mess of the game.
When asked if he would consider making a movie based on a game, he said he would but it would require "finding someone with money." He also said that he wanted to make an adult video at least once in his life.
Yoko Taro is best known for his Drakengard and NieR series of games. The first Drakengard game debuted on the PlayStation 2 in 2003, followed by a sequel in 2005. The third game, Drakengard 3, debuted for the PlayStation 3 in 2013. The first NieR game debuted on the PS3 and Xbox 360 in 2010. The most recent installment, NieR: Automata, shipped for the PS4 in Japan on February 23, followed by North America on March 7 and Europe on March 10. Square Enix also released the game on PC via Steam on March 17. As of May, the game had sold 1.5 million copies worldwide.