Cinegames must mean they are longer, right?
Subject: General Tech | March 30, 2007 - 03:41 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
Several of the game designers from Remedy have left to start their own game development studio, named Recoil. They will be announcing an original game sometime this year, and it will be a cinegame, essentially trying to capture the feel of a movie in a game. With Max Payne already under their belts, it seems likely that they will produce some interesting and original games. Read on at Wired.
"Veterans of Remedy Entertainment, aka The Folks Who Made Max Payne, have created a new development studio called Recoil
Games. Ok, so they're better at game design than names, apparently. What's potential very intriguing, though, is the new
company's focus on "Cinegames," games with the scope, feel, and cast of an epic disaster movie."
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