Fares says that such numbers for a small team "are madness."
Director Josef Fares promises a "short tease" this Thursday.
We might learn concrete details about Josef Fares' next game soon.
The exact opposite of a happy ending.
A good sign for sales along with a tease of the next project.
He says that people won't know what to think.
In anticipation of the service's PS4 release, it seems its getting some new titles.
Trust is an important part in relationships...which made these video game betrayals sting all the more.
In a year full of epic encounters, there are plenty of boss fights that failed to impress.
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15 times the big boss took a vacation at the wrong time
Talking heads, clowns, and turians- of course they're more interesting.
Hazelight's co-op narrative adventure helped surpass EA's sales expectations for the quarter.
Whether it's creative consequences or market expectations, why are end-game systems so important in today's industry?
Josef Fares cites EA's support and respect for his creative vision as a reason for sticking with the publisher.
The mind behind A Way Out can expect more money to fund his next venture.
“Why put all that effort in for nothing? We should see games as experiences."
Well deserved success!
Director Josef Fares is all praises for Xbox’s Phil Spencer.
Josef Fares says he "loves making video games and can't wait to show it".