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With Gears of War: Judgment, Epic Games is sharing the development with a talented studio named People Can Fly. Creating cult favorite in the past like Painkiller and Bulletstorm, the Polish studio is known for its novel approaches to over-the-top first-person fun. While visiting Epic, Game Informer's own Tim Turi sat down the studio's creative director Adrian Chmielarz to talk about the studio's history, what they hope to change with Gears of War, and why they don't want to be pigeon-holed as an FPS-only studio.
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Pretty good interview. Judgement has a much different look to it, the armor almost looks cel-shaded.
Tim, what's up? You never look at people when you're talking.
i don't know if i trust them i didn't like bulletstorm at all.
I love Gears and Bulletstorm, and I can't wait for Judgement. Hopefully after PCF is finished with Judgement Epic will let them tackle a Bulletstorm sequel.
Nice interview, very eye-opening.