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Submitted by ftwrthtx 439d ago | interview

Q & A With OpenFeint's Founder Jason Citron and He Discusses Fates Forever In Depth

TG writes: Recently, Jason Citron, founder of OpenFeint, gave us an early look at Fates Forever – the first game from his tablet-only company, Hammer & Chisel.

Jason took time out of his busy schedule to answer a few questions that we know are on everyone's mind.

(Surprising GDC 2013 developer poll results revealed as well regarding next gen consoles) (Android, Fates Forever, iPad, League of Legends, League of Legends: Clash of Fates, PC, PS4, Xbox One)

dbjj12088  +   439d ago
Tablet-only? I'm out... still don't have one.
ftwrthtx  +   439d ago
I'll steal my wife's iPad and use it.

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