Wildly Passionate Josef Fares From Hazelight & A Way Out Impressions

"A Way Out looks like it is shaping up to be a fantastic narrative-driven gaming experience. This is the first title (to my knowledge) to feature a co-op story that is told through multiple (split-screen) camera angles and story threads. Brett and I react to the new gameplay shown at the 2017 Game Awards hosted by Geoff Keighley.

There is also controversy over how the founder (Josef Fares) of Hazelight, the studio behind A Way Out, acted during the awards show. Here's all our thought on the topic." -- PlayStation Enthusiast

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lptmg364d ago

the hero the gaming industry needs, but not the one it deserves

gamer7804363d ago

i'm more interested in why his backstage interview wasn't aired. I'd like to see it. apparently it was deemed inappropriate for being shown.

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