Fallout 3 dev talks story-telling in open games

By Patrick Garratt, Thursday, 8 May 2008 14:54 GMT

There’s an audio interview here with Fallout 3 lead designer Emil Pagliarulo, in which he talks about storytelling in open-ended games and bringing a “hardcore PC franchise to the mass console market”. Put your headphones on, stare at the screen and pretend to work for a bit.

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