By Bryan Smith on June 2, 2015 at 6:59pm
According to Kotaku, game creator Akira Sakuma has ended his popular game series "Momotaro Dentetsu." Sakuma went as far to state names as to why he won't continue his series with Konami.
Sakuma has stated his displeasure with Konami after they bought out Hudson before. This time through his Twitter (please note his Twitter is in Japanese), he made more claims of Konami not upholding a professional relationship with him.
Konami hasn’t gotten in touch with me at all. This is how they’ve tossed me aside for a while now. I’m announcing here that Momotaro Dentetsu is officially done. Ishikawa at Konami squelched everything. Akira Sakuma
Sakuma is one of the several people who have been at odds with Konami lately. Others include Hideo Kojima, with power struggles between his production company Kojima Productions and Konami itself, and Koji Igarashi, who left Konami and recently started a Kickstarter for "Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night."