05.02.08 - 2:04 AM
Sony Computer Entertainment founder Ken Kutaragi has a new job. The 57-year old Kutaragi who stepped down as president of Sony's game subsidiary in June 2007, is set to join the board of Kadokawa Group Holdings as an external director. Kutaragi's appointment is subject to shareholder approval at next month's general meeting of shareholders.
Kadokawa Group Holdings is the parent company of publisher Kadokawa Shoten and Famitsuu publisher Enterbrain. Kadokawa Shoten is also operating in the videogame business, publishing mostly love adventures.