Chancellor Darling visits Realtime Worlds

The second most powerful man in UK politics is today visiting renowned Dundee studio Realtime Worlds to discuss tax support for the game industry.

Chancellor of the Exchequer Alistair Darling is being shown a demonstration of upcoming PC title All Points Bulletin, and – as part of his campaign trail plans – has also arranged an interview with the studio’s creative director David Jones.

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