Perhaps best known currently as the publisher of Mercury Meltdown Revolution and Elf Bowling 1 & 2, Ignition Entertainment is looking to expand its operations. The publisher recently revealed it would be bringing a quartet of Taito arcade updates to US portables, and today it announced an expansion to its own internal development efforts.
Ignition Entertainment will soon open new studios in Tokyo and Florida for the purpose of making games based on new intellectual properties for next-generation platforms. The two new branches will join Digi-Guys, developers of the forthcoming WarDevil: Enigma, as internal Ignition studios.
Details about the first projects from Ignition Tokyo and Ignition Florida were promised to be made available in the coming months.