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Submitted by PrivateRyan 1300d ago | article

Mindjack - The Future Of Games

Is Mindjack the future of games? Apparently so, according to producer Yoshinori Yamagishi, talking exclusively to Play.

“Games have evolved along two paths,” Yamagishi explains. “One is the combination of story and playing, leading to the conventional campaign game. The other path is the fun of co-operating and competing against people, which has grown by setting up network environments and has led to current multiplayer games.

“The concept of clearing away the wall between single and multiplayer is a new experiment and idea for a shooter. As you guessed, this system allows the player to enjoy replaying Mindjack forever and we think that there may be many more games like this in future.” (PS3)

Myst  +   1300d ago
The idea of such is one that has been rather interesting this gen. A perfect example of it would be Demon's Souls which is why this game caught my attention. Sad to see that all around it received some low scores so as of now waiting for a price drop instead of paying the full on 60.

Despite what some say I still think it could have still been a good game with some polish and re-worked mechanics.

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