Submitted by -Mezzo- 933d ago | interview

All Blacks Rugby Challenge 2 Developer Q&A

NZ Gamer - Most of the games we play - let's be honest - are made on the other side of the planet, by teams of hundreds of people, with budgets that would make your eyes pop out of your head; the likes of Call of Duty (the biggest game around) and Assassin's Creed (part 4 allegedly has more than a thousand people working on it.) (All Blacks Rugby Challenge 2, PS3)

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