ACMI Game Masters - Tim Schafer
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- Jun 25, 2012
Famed adventure game designer Tim Schafer speaks about the idea of auteur theory when applied to video games for ACMI's Game Masters exhibition in Melbourne, Australia.
Grim fandango is one of my fave games ever, not a huge fan of psychonauts or brutal legend, considering they were so hyped i was very dissapointed
He is a funny dude. I am not really a fan of his games. Brutal Legend was O.K. in my mind. He seems like he would be fun to hang out with, though.
Okay, I was hoping for a bit more meat on the bones for this so-called 'interview'. Does this even rate as an 'interview' considering no one actually asked him any questions on camera? It's good to listen to Tim Schafer's views, but a minute and a half? Really? :/