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Submitted by PixelitisBlog 1028d ago | news

Warren Spector: Epic Mickey on 3DS inspired by Suikoden

When you imagine the sort of games that influence Deus Ex/Epic Mickey creator Warren Spector, you probably wouldn’t have expected a Japanese RPG from the PlayStation to be among them.

During a playthrough of Deus Ex with the folks at Game Informer, it was revealed by Spector that the Konami-developed Suikoden remains a highly-influential game for him.

A few of us at Pixelitis got the chance to discuss this a bit more at a roundtable discussion regarding the upcoming November dual release of Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion and Power of Two at this year’s New York Comic Con. Spector didn’t mind sharing a few more details regarding that key influence and how it’s managed to peak its head out over the past decade or so. (3DS, Deus Ex, Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion, Industry, Suikoden, Warren Spector)

yewles1  +   1027d ago
Mind: Blown

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