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"This company called King was talking about creativity. I was like, ‘What?’" - Josef Fares

From VG247: "During GameLab, Barcelona, last week, we sat in on a panel discussion between A Way Out director Josef Fares and Quantic Dream’s David Cage. In the panel, Fares had some choice words to say about mobile game developer King.

King is owned by Activision and creates games such as Candy Crush Saga and lots of other games with ‘Saga’ at the end. The studio’s games generate money through microtransactions."

Platformgamer1839d ago

the gaming worlds needs an hero, and that's josef fares!

TheCryptKeeper1839d ago

Yes, hopefully he will become an hero soon.

Blastoise1839d ago

This guy is really growing on me

lellkay1839d ago

This guy. Love him more and more.

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Unveiling Baldur's Gate 3: The Art of Crafting an Acclaimed RPG

Having spent three and a half decades playing games and the best part of a decade writing about them, Adam Smith embodies a lifelong passion for gaming. His journey led him to Larian Studios during the nascent stages of Baldur’s Gate 3's production, where he now serves as Writing Director. In this exclusive interview, Adam shares profound insights into crafting narratives, balancing rich lore with innovative storytelling, and his vision for the future of interactive narratives in video games.

TheNamelessOne10h ago

Amazing game. Glad to see Larian finally being recognized with games like Original Sin and this.

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Discussing Diablo 4: Vessel of Hatred, The Spiritborn Class & Staying Fresh After 27 Years

CGMagazine got to sit down with Rod Fergusson and the Game Director for Diablo 4: Vessel of Hatred, Brent Gibson, about the franchise and the new Spirtborn class.

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Mysterious Nintendo Teaser Emio May Not Be Related To Bloober, Rating Reveals Some Details

The mysterious new teaser from Nintendo, Emio, might not be related to developer Bloober Team, based on the latest information.

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