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Interview: Precursor Games (Highlights)

oprainfall writes: "Yesterday, Josh Speer, who wrote this amazing article on Shadow of the Eternals, and Jonathan Higgins sat down with the folks at Precursor Games. Their interview will be featured on next week’s episode of The Downpour Podcast, coming to iTunes and our website on Monday, June 3rd. Here are some of the highlights, hand-picked by our editing team."

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Moonman1150d ago

Another promising WiiU exclusive (with PC).

ifritAlkhemyst1150d ago

Stop the N4G articles for this game! Nobody is going to support you Dyack because you've burned too many bridges linking you with your fans and with the industry.

I love Eternal Darkness and at the time Silicon Knights but through the years they;ve revealed how truly incompetent they are without someone outside the company guiding the ship.

PopRocks3591150d ago

Oh shut up. It's not like Dyack is even involved with management of the company, so that point is moot. Also Precursor has talent from SK but they also have some new talent involved with the development as well, so how about we stop acting like an angry mob and actually see if said team can have a fresh start and try again?

If Nintendo's Wii Music and Gearbox's Aliens: Colonial Marines are any indication, any dev/publisher will have some bad games in their resume. I don't see how hounding these guys and preventing them from making games is supposed to make them improve.

ifritAlkhemyst1150d ago

Just like Rebellion has learned from their mistakes all these years, right.

Just like Rare still outputs quality games.

Sorry, but some company's lose the talent that drove their previous games to success and never recover. That is cause for concern enough, and Dyack's involvement can do nothing to assuage that feeling.

PopRocks3591150d ago

1. How about citing a developer who isn't consistently outsourced to do quick licensed games?

2. Rare is owned by Microsoft and heaven knows those guys don't care about producing quality content unless it has the word "Halo" on it.

3. "That is cause for concern enough, and Dyack's involvement can do nothing to assuage that feeling."

Concern, fine. Angry mob and F$#% THESE GUYS mentality? Not even close. And like I said, Dyack is only creatively involved AND there is new talent working with him; he doesn't even have full creative control. So I say the benefit of the doubt is in order UNTIL they mess up again, IF they mess up again.