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Submitted by ian86 879d ago | interview

Interview With Talent Director Keith Arem (Call of Duty, Sleeping Dogs) | ShogunGamer.com

Ian Fisher writes: You may not have heard his name before, but Mr. Arem has had a hand in crafting the performances in games such as the Call of Duty series, Saints Row: The Third, and most recently Sleeping Dogs through serving as the talent director i.e. he directs the actors whilst they record their dialog or their mo-cap.

When it comes to developing a game and crafting the narrative experience games will receive, Keith’s job is indispensable since he’s the man that actors turn to when they need to know what the finer points of their performance should be or how they should go about imagining a nearly empty mo-cap room is actually a decadent Hong Kong nightclub. (Keith Arem, PC, PS3, Sleeping Dogs, Xbox 360)

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