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Excellent Interview with Ex-Creative Director Matt Higby On PS2 Project (By Kidriot)

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    |TG-Irr| MrJengles - You know you want to say it out loud.

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    Re: Excellent Interview with Ex-Creative Director Matt Higby On PS2 Project (By Kidri

    i hope it all works out for him

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      Re: Excellent Interview with Ex-Creative Director Matt Higby On PS2 Project (By Kidri

      The very beggining really sounds like "So what have you been doing ?" "Well, I've been drinking a lot, thinking about what I'm gonna do, my wife left me and my dog drinks too, so I play CoD with my pants off".

      I don't like that interview's general tone, yet it's very instructive to have an insight that deep.
      Now let's enroll Higby in TG !

      Thanks for the link Jengles :)

      Ba-dum-tss
      My life before TG http://stats.dasanfall.com/ps2/player/Cairbre
      Who cares about stats ? http://stats.dasanfall.com/ps2/player/Cairbr

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        Re: Excellent Interview with Ex-Creative Director Matt Higby On PS2 Project (By Kidri

        You know Cairbre, I got the exact same impression. Only got about 30 seconds in before I quit watching though.
        "The power of accurate observation is commonly called cynicism by those who have not got it." - George Bernard Shaw



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          Re: Excellent Interview with Ex-Creative Director Matt Higby On PS2 Project (By Kidri

          His wife left him and he's unemployed!?

          Ouch.

          At least he has his dog. Dogs are awesome.

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            Re: Excellent Interview with Ex-Creative Director Matt Higby On PS2 Project (By Kidri

            I don't remember that part of the video... :P

            Not literally, Ytman, just an exaggeration of tone. Understandably Matt Higby is a little bummed out and drained by the massive change he's made in his life, and still said a lot of "we" with regards to Daybreak, often immediately correcting himself. That shift from going from thinking "we" to "they" is pretty rough in my experience.



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