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Submitted by barefootgamer 598d ago | interview

Cognition writers talk adventure games, detective stories, and bad writing advice

GamesBeat recently chatted with Phoenix Online Studios' Cesar Bittar and Katie Hallahan, along with adventure game veteran Jane Jensen, about their latest project, Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller, and their writing process. (Cognition: An Erica Reed Thriller, Jane Jensen, PC, Phoenix Online Studios)

darkronin229  +   598d ago
Interesting. I wonder how many of those, if any, who played The Walking Dead and are new to adventure games will seek out and play others in the genre.
roblef  +   598d ago
I'll play anything by Jane Jensen
barefootgamer  +   598d ago
I have played Gray Matter yet. I have fond memories of Kings' Quest and Gabriel Knight though.
Tolkoto  +   598d ago
I want to write adventure games.

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