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Submitted by xtheownerzx 833d ago | interview

Spec Ops: The Line Interview with Lead Designer Cory Davis “We Brought Back Sand from Dubai”

GamerFitNation Gregory Laporte interviews lead designer Cory Davis of Yager Games.

"On April 7th, in the Boston Convention center during the Penny Arcade Expo event, GamerFitNation was able to interview the lead designer for Spec Ops: The Line Cory Davis. He is one of developers at Yager Games which is the development team behind Spec Ops: The Line. In this interview we talk about all things Spec Ops down from the presentation, environment and emotional back story. There are a lot of good things to be heard here and there is also mention of multiplayer and voice actors such as Nolan North and more!" (PC, PS3, Spec Ops: The Line, Xbox 360)

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BLACKBIBLE  +   833d ago
Good Interview
xtheownerzx  +   833d ago
I really enjoyed what I played from the game and it looks like the voice acting in this one is going to be great!

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