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Submitted by danand82 453d ago | interview

Uncut Interview - Guillaume de Fondaumiere (Beyond: Two Souls)

"More and more game creators realise that gamers have changed. They’re getting older. And I think, like David, that part of the industry is still only creating games for teenagers. And teenagers probably are less looking for narration and stories in games than an older audience. The older players demand more from their games and part of that is that whatever they do makes sense." (Beyond: Two Souls, Guillaume de Fondaumiere, PS3)

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