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The outfit we heard about last year has finally been branded Tokyo RPG Factory; its remit is, appropriately enough, to produce JRPGs, starting with its 2016 debut release Project Setsuna.

Alex Wawro, Contributor

June 16, 2015

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During its E3 press event today, Square Enix gave a name and a project to the mysterious RPG-focused Tokyo studio it's been recruiting for since last fall.

The outfit has been branded Tokyo RPG Factory, and its remit is, appropriately enough, to produce the sort of Japanese role-playing games that Square Enix president Yosuke Matsuda cited on-stage as one of the chief drivers of Square Enix's success.

Tokyo RPG Factory's debut game is currently in development under the moniker Project Setsuna (pictured), and is slated to see release in 2016.

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