Last year the video game industry lost game designer and musician Kenji Eno at the age of 42. Eno started his career working on small projects for the NES including as Panic Restaurant and Casino Kid. Eno struck gold when he started creating survival horror titles which defined his career, namely; D, D-2, and Enemy Zero. Eno passed away at the young age of 42, and during that time he had a project in mind, which he described in his notes. His friends and colleagues are now planning to start a crowd funded project which sees his idea developed and released posthumously, and will be titled Kakexun. The noble cause is being lead by a team which comprises of Katsutoshi Eguchi (composer), Iida Kazutoshi (chief director), and Naoya Sato (production director).

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Posthumous Game from Kenji Eno

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