The development studio that brought you Lollipop Chainsaw and No More Heroes, Grasshopper Manufacture, has joined forces with publisher Gungho Online Entertainment.
"Gungho is fusing the planning and development power of Grasshopper Manufacture with the power of managing online games cultivated by both companies to produce higher quality content," said Gungho in a statement, translated by Gematsu.
Translated from japanese, the interview was highlighting the relationship between the two companies and have been considering it since the summer 2012.
Gungho Online Entertainment was founded in 1998 and publishes MMORPG Ragnarok Online. It's already acquired a number of studios in its lifetime, including Game Arts, Gravity Co and Acquire.
Last year it established Gungho Online Entertainment America led by former Square Enix and XSEED Games executive Jun Iwasaki.
Grasshopper Manufacture was formed by Goichi Suda in March 1998, and made a name for itself with titles like Killer 7. It is currently working on console title Killer is Dead, due to be released this year with Kadokawa Games.
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