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Submitted by TomasRawlings 529d ago | news

'It's No Game' Designer of Endgame:Syria Responds to Critics

The game that explored the war in Syria, Endgame:Syria that was rejected by Apple responds to critics of the game: "Making a game exploring an ongoing war was always going to get a reaction, though this was not our motivation, it was a topic I'd been following regularly. What has surprised me about the response is that the majority of it is very positive and in support of what we are trying to do with the project and how we've gone about it. I'm pleased that most commentators played the game first before casting judgement. By playing it first, it is obvious that far from making some tasteless shooting game, the form we actually chose of a turn-based simulation, offers something new." (Android, Culture, Endgame Syria, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC)

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