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Redtribe discusses multi-format development (full interview)

Redtribe isn't a development company that makes too many headlines, but the relatively new studio is one of the biggest in Australia and has just finished work on Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal for Warner Bros Interactive. VideoGamer.com caught up with Chris Mosely, Chief Executive Office at Redtribe to discuss how the new studio is getting on in this most tricky of industries.

Some questions from the interview:
- Can adults enjoy Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal or it is a kid's game?
- Has it been hard to create a game to the strengths of X360, Wii and PS2?
- Is the lack of a PS3 version anything to do with budget constraints?
- From a game development point of view what makes for better games: increasing power of hardware or new, innovative controllers?

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lynx1halo3650d ago

Good riddance!!! we dont need last gen games like this, interfering with real Next-Gen games like Killzone 2, Uncharted, etc..