New Pokemon Snap director says Nintendo had talked a few times about bringing the franchise back to life


New Pokemon Snap is due out soon on the Nintendo Switch system and it has been a long time coming. UK news publication The Metro has spoken with Haruki Suzaki, from Bandai Namco Studios, via email due to the pandemic. Mr. Suzaki says that he had heard that Nintendo had previously thought about bringing the franchise back as clearly photography and technology has come a long way since the original game was released back on the Nintendo 64 back in 1999. Here’s what Mr. Suzaki had to say to the publication:

“When I started on this project, I had heard there had been a couple of attempts at making a new Pokémon Snap before. The idea of photography has changed so much in the last 20 years, combined with the new Nintendo Switch hardware, that we thought it was the perfect time to create a new version of Pokémon Snap, and that’s why we started the project.”

Haruki Suzaki, from Bandai Namco Studios

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