Heavy Rain director believes games should evolve through ideas, not just tech
David Cage will not join calls from the industry to rush out a new generation of game hardware.
The director of breakthrough hit Heavy Rain believes his Paris studio Quantic Dream would have few concerns developing on PlayStation 3 for another five years.
“To be honest, I’m not that interested in technology or the next generation of consoles,” Cage said in an interview with Develop.
“If we could continue with PlayStation 3 for another five years it would be fine with me,” he added.
Cage’s philosophy on next generation technologies comes from his wider viewpoint that games studios should be striving for more creative projects instead of technical advancements.
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