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Eurogamer interviews Pete Hines
Eurogamer interviews Pete Hines [ Game -> Interview ]
Posted by cazsim83 Thu 01 May 2008, 2:40 AM
News related to Top Story: Eurogamer interview with Pete Hines | More info on Community: No Mutants Allowed | More info on Company: Bethesda Softworks | More info on Game: Fallout 3 | More info on Person: Pete Hines

spotted @ http://www.nma-fallout.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=42204 with much thanks to Brother None

Eurogamer: What I've never quite understood about Fallout 3 is why would Bethesda buy the licence? Arguably "Bethesda does post-apocalyptic game" is a bigger story than "Bethesda makes Fallout 3". Fallout is a relic to modern gamers. If you'd made your own world, you'd have sidestepped all the stress of dealing with over-protective fans.

Pete Hines: It's like, if George Lucas died tomorrow - God willing, he doesn't - and you're a film director. And you've grown up making big epic films - maybe you're Peter Jackson. And he finishes whatever his big next film is. And someone asks him, "what do you want to do next?" And he says, "I always wanted to make a big space movie. A big epic movie full of action." And they ask, "do you want to do generic space movie that you make up yourself, or do you want to do Star Wars." And he says, "I could do whatever, but I grew up as a kid and Star Wars made me want to get into making movies. It had such a profound impact on me, I would love to pick up this thing I loved and cared so much about and make the next one. And I'm not the guy who did the originals, but it means so much to me, and would mean much more to me to work in this world. It would be easier, perhaps less controversial and less pressure to do my own, but I'd rather do this thing that someone else did so much more."

That's the best analogy I can use. We could have made anything and people would have been interested in it, probably, but Fallout meant a ton to us

---I have to interject here - "meant a ton to us"??? How many devs have flat out said "I have never played Fallout" OR "I never finished it"...................WTF? Anyway -

read the full article @ http://www.eurogamer.net/article.php?article_id=134673

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