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Refugees from the recently-closed Okami developer Clover are now working for Capcom, slaving away at Resident Evil 5 and Keiji Inafune's mysterious Wii project, Capcom has confirmed.
"Some of the team that worked on Clover titles are now helping Takeuchi-san on Resident Evil 5, and helping Inafune-san on a new title for the Wii," Capcom's vice president of marketing Charles Bellfield revealed to Gamasutra.com.
"I think it's very much the skill set still stays in the company when those individuals stay and, unfortunately, three individuals chose to leave," he said, referring to Clover veterans Shinji Mikami, Atsushi Inaba and Hideki Kamiya who left Capcom to form new studio Seeds.
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