Psikyo's parent company X-nauts revealed that their posted statement, together with the magazine's supporting comments that Psikyo will be resting eternally, were erroneous and they will contiune operating as before. The following was the original report.
In the latest issue of Enterbrain Co.'s Arcadia magazine, arcade and home developer Psikyo Co. reveals that their game department has closed down.
In a section where game developers state a monthly comment, Psikyo quotes "Psikyo's game development and business department are "a bone". Thank you
for 10 years of support". The term "a bone" refers to the state of death in Japanese terms, originating from the national bulletin system "2ch".
A crying face consisting of Japanese text characters can be seen at the end of Psikyo's statement.
Short Comment: Man, no more Hot Gimmicks? Psikyo really stopped operating once they merged with X-nauts, but this is a pity. -Henry A. Moriarty