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Submitted by RoninKengo 652d ago | interview

Papo & Yo creator Vander Caballero on the need for more empathy and emotion in games

Minority Media’s Vander Caballero (Papo & Yo, Army of Two) talks about the need for more empathy and emotion in video games. (Army of Two, Culture, Dev, EA, Industry, Papo & Yo, PS3, Vander Cabellero)

sdozzo  +   652d ago
Emotion and feeling is for losers bro.

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