It takes two, The next game from A Way Out developer, Hazelight Studios, is gold – and Joseph Fares is so confident of its success that he’ll give you a thousand dollars if you get tired of it.
At least, that’s what the infamous studio director said GameInformer In a recent interview. Faris, who might be known asDamn the Oscars“Guy”, the escalation claimed it was “impossible” to be bored with his next game, which follows a little girl who deals with her parents’ separation by playing with magic dolls.
Faris told the director, “That’s another thing I can guarantee you with It Takes Two: It’s impossible, and he quotes me this, you get tired of this game. You can put this as a headline. I can literally give $ 1,000 to anyone who says, ‘Oh, I’m tired of This game now because it doesn’t surprise me. “A thousand dollars! I guarantee. I’ll give it to everyone who gets tired. But they have to be honest about it.”
These are bold words for the man you last played A Way Out He failed to convince In our review. While Hazelight made a name for herself with Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons clever and collaborative adventure, Chris Schilling felt that pursuing crime failed to make the most of her setting, with the script “written by a robot that exclusively feeds on dialogue from direct-to-DVD action films”. Ouch.
Given Fares’ fondness for bouts of passion, I wouldn’t be in a hurry to process your bills. But the director’s confidence in the interview is contagious. Earlier in the interview, he spoke of frustration at persuading players to end matches – and angry that only 51% of players finished A Way Out, even though this represented a relatively high number for games.
“We need to fix the problem that people are not even done with our games. People are not even done with the games. Listen how satisfying this is: It’s so sick that developers and publishers are literally focusing on the first part of the game, because they know that’s what people will be playing This group psychosis is happening! ”