You may have heard about Tate Multimedia as they recently developed and published Kao the Kangaroo, a reboot of their series that first started back in the year 2000.

Today we learned from Tate Multimedia themselves that they will be moving from developing and publishing their own games into publishing third party games full time!

In an interview with GamesBeat, we learned how the process came to be:

GamesBeat: So you folks are moving from doing some development to just publishing?

Paul Leskowicz: Yeah, full scale publishing. The idea was an evolution, you know? Throughout the years we started by publishing our own titles. We had more than 10 PC and console games that we self-published over these last nine years. After that, we started thinking about moving into publishing third party developers, so we can share our experience good and bad, our successes, and our failures. Things that we would like them to avoid doing and things we would love them to do better than we did, you know?

What do you think? Here’s hoping to see more games on Nintendo Switch published by Tate!

If you are interested in learning more about Tate Multimedia’s decision, make sure to check out the full interview here.

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