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Submitted by gaminglives 1110d ago | interview

The Cave – Interview With Ron Gilbert

GamingLives gets some face-to-face time with Monkey Island escapee and creator of some legendary games, Ron Gilbert, to talk about The Cave as well as his time in the industry.

"Long after the days of Lucasarts, Ron now works at Double Fine – creators of cult hits Psychonauts and Brutal Legend – alongside Tim Schafer, whom Ron worked with on the first two Monkey Island releases. 'The only difference now is that back at Lucasfilm I was his boss, so I’d get to boss him around, but I can’t do that any more. I try to boss him around, but he doesn’t listen to me any more.'" (PC, PS3, Ron Gilbert, The Cave, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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