Briefly: "When working in big companies, especially Japanese companies, every little thing has to be approved beforehand, and you need paperwork to do anything," says ex-Konami employee Hideo Kojima in a great new interview with The New Yorker. "Now that I'm independent, I can do what I want with much more speed. I don't need to invest time in unnecessary presentations. I shoulder the risk." Read more here. Image via Jamie Simonds / Camera Press / Redux
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