We learn about the hard work and dedication that goes into developing indie titles from Martin Alltimes, developer of Planet of the Apes: Last Frontier.
Sweet, a story telling game :)
Fantastic interview. Interesting to find out that Heavy Rain is one of Martin's favorite games. Until Dawn and Life Is Strange are also mentioned, so he seems like he knows the genre well and can really bring something new to it. Looking forward to the PlayLink integration on PS4. It's definitely one of Sony's best new features.
The writing in Heavy Rain was awful.
I wouldn't say it was just plain awful. It definitely had some flaws though, some of those because of the cut content (which I recommend to look up on YT, very interesting) Close to awful would be a game like Life is Strange, which I loved at first but have come to realize isn't very good at all really. (I put over 50 hours into LIS, so I don't say that with an easy heart)
And, people loved the game all the same. Go figure.
Hell yes! I said this in another comment about how if this game is heavy on the story I think I'd prefer it. Hearing that it's going to be story focused game when I do enjoy the lore so much get's me excited.
Man, I never want to watch planet of the Apes. Just me. I hate the fact that Apes wins out in the end. I am fine with zombies and sometimes aliens but never Apes. Not sure why I hate the idea of apes winning yet I have nothing against apes. Anyone else feels the same?
Honestly getting sick of these linear cinematic games
Then go play Lawbreakers.
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Interesting, 2-3 hours to play-through, So I wonder what's the price point. i'm thinking maybe 29.99 since it has like 3 main endings, that makes it a 9 hour experience.
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