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Submitted by Tolkoto 639d ago | interview

Why Lorne Lanning went from AAA games to indie — and loudly loves it (interview)

Lorne Lanning, the founder of Oddworld Inhabitants, has been fixture in the game industry for decades. And a loud one at that. Most recently, he was quoted as saying Microsoft didn’t care about indie game developers. (Dev, Industry, Lorne Lanning, Oddworld New ‘n’ Tasty, PS4, Xbox One)

JeffGrubb  +   639d ago
I watched the intro to Munch's Odyssey one time while on pain medicine after getting my wisdom teeth pulled. It changed my life.
ShadowPraxis  +   639d ago
Oddworld is still one of those franchises that I feel ashamed for never having played. I have them on Steam now... but still haven't played them.
darkronin229  +   639d ago
I'm in the same boat. I got one of the HD releases from PS Plus, so I'm hoping to dive into that soon.
ifritAlkhemyst  +   639d ago
How about you make a new game instead of just re-releasing your old ones?

A fixture of the game industry? He's released only 4 original games since the psOne, and none this entire generation.

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