Jaffe: MGS4 devs had “a whole hell of a lot of tenacity and vision”

By Mike, Friday, 16 January 2009 10:03 GMT

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During an interview with The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences, God of War’s David Jaffe said the game he was “most jealous” of was Konami’s Metal Gear Solid 4 and that the dev team must have had real “tenacity and vision” to make a game of that quality. writes Joystiq.

“To make a game of that scale and at that level of quality clearly took a whole hell of a lot of tenacity and vision,” he explained.

Jaffe recently said he thinks God of War III looks “like nothing you’ve ever played.”

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