Sunsoft, the company behind series like Blaster Master, has announced that it would host a new digital event next week, August 18th.
Sunsoft's general manager, Yuichi Ochi, said the company was "very excited" to finally be able to share its vision for Sunsoft's "rebirth" with new and old supporters.
Yes, as highlighted in the following video: "Sunsoft is back!"
Here's some more information about Sunsoft's history (via Gematsu):
"SUNSOFT is the video game division of SUNCORPORATION, a Japanese electronics company established in 1971. In October 1978, SUNSOFT began to develop video games in arcades with two titles, Block Challenger and Block Perfect. In the early 1980s, we had several arcade hits such as Arabian, Ikki, and Kangaroo. On July 25, 1985 we released the first Famicon (NES) title Super Arabian in Japan under the SUNSOFT brand.
"SUNSOFT is well-known for being the original creator and publisher of such titles as Gimmick!, Blaster Master, BATMAN, Tripworld, and Ufouria the Saga."
What would you like to see from Sunsoft's next event? You may find some of the company's work via Hamster's Arcade Archives collection.