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Submitted by MostUnfurrowed 1021d ago | interview

Aftermath: crossing The Line with Walt Williams

'So this is the first in a new series of interviews which I’m calling Aftermath, in which I’ll be taking to key creators of recently released games, with a twist. It’ll be a no holds-barred, warts and all look at the game for those who have already completed it and want extra insight into the creative process straight from the horse’s mouth. That means spoilers, people. It’s always seemed unfair to me that, for the most part, once a game is released then the reviews are the final source of information beyond playing the game itself. Games don’t come with a ‘Director’s Commentary’, so hopefully our Aftermath will help plug that gap,' writes GamingBolt's Jordan Garland. (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Walt Williams, Xbox 360)

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