As his his or her wont, games industry sleuth Superannuation has turned up some interesting snippets about French developer Lexis Numérique. The company was apparently once working on a strange title called Brooklyn Stories. It involved time travel, branching storylines, and fiddling with people’s lives, and you can see a trailer with gameplay footage, some design documents, and even a mocap session at Quantic Dream’s studios, all on former Lexis Numérique staffer Reynald François’s website. It’s not clear if the project is ongoing, but Super also discovered it was to have been published by Namco Bandai.
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