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Amy Hennig not keen on game streaming: “Why would anybody buy this if they can just watch somebody play it?”

Polygon has commissioned and published a debate between Amy Hennig (recently at Visceral Games of course) and Sean Vanaman (from Firewatch developer Santo Campo) as part of its 2017 Year in Review series. It’s a lengthy piece with lots to take from it but Hennig’s view of modern games development, …

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EA insists Star Wars cancellation was not about the single-player games business

Publisher EA has challenged the narrative that it cancelled Visceral’s Star Wars game because it was a single-player experience. Speaking to Kotaku in a wide-ranging peace about the development struggles endured by the title, executive vice president Patrick Söderlund said: “This truly isn’t about the death of single-player games — …

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Visceral’s Star Wars game is aiming for ‘swash-buckling charm’

The creative director of EA and Visceral Games’ Star Wars action title has likened it to the Uncharted series. Amy Hennig, who previously worked on the Uncharted series, offered some insight into the project at a panel at this weekend’s Star Wars Celebration, as reported by GameSpot. "The process that …

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Video: EA shows first glimpse of Visceral and Amy Hennig’s Star Wars title

At last night’s EA Play, the publisher brought us up to speed about the Star Wars projects it has in the pipeline. This included our first, incredibly brief, look at Visceral’s Star Wars title. Development on this project is being headed up by Naughty Dog alumni and former Uncharted maker …

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Visceral’s Star Wars project likened to cancelled 1313

The Star Wars title in production at Visceral Games is apparently along the same lines” as the cancelled Star Wars 1313. 1313 was unveiled in the summer of 2012, but was killed off when Disney acquired LucasArts a year later, closing LucasArts in the process. The title had looked to …

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