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In between their games, Quantic Dream has made a habit of releasing ambitious tech demo videos. Starting with The Casting back in 2006, and continuing with Project Kara and The Dark Sorcerer at E3 2013, Quantic Dream uses these smaller projects to test out new equipment and flex their creative muscle. I spoke with David Cage about the history of these tech demos and what Sony gets out of the whole process, Cage also offers a few hints about their next full game for the PlayStation 4. To learn more about David Cage's approach to game design and Beyond: Two Souls, click here to watch our video interview.
Watch the video interview with David Cage below to learn more about how their tech demos were inspired by Pixar and what the studio has in mind for their first PlayStation 4 game.
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is it just me or does the article picture look a little like commander shepard?
These demos are great, but I sure wish that they implemented this tech more often into some actual games.
I want David to make a game with Valorie Curry.
Cool demo, but very weird.
I laughed at the Duuurrr face from the article pic. I like this company & I hope along with their new projects, they try to explore new styles of gameplay. Cool down on the QTE just a little... But not all the way.
Very interesting!They already have graphics down well so I imagine that this will only benefit them further.
they're trying to make you fall in love with polygons! i've seen it all!
Uhm...... weird and so not excited to see anything more from them.
These guys put a bit of a story in their tech demos. Really love it. Does anybody know when their next one will be out?