Crackdown 2 community interview – you ask, Ruffian answers

By Patrick Garratt, Wednesday, 26 May 2010 15:27 GMT


Crackdown 2’s looking plenty hot in its latest round of impressions and videos, so we’re proto-pumped to be able to give you access to Ruffian, the Scottish team behind the sequel.

It’s simple beans. Put your questions in the comments below and we’ll send them over to Microsoft. We’re going to pick ten questions again, as we did with Remedy and Alan Wake.

Microsoft hasn’t given us any lovely presents for you this time, unfortunately, so you’ll have to be satisfied with being involved and shit. The platform holder’s clearly on a bit of an austerity drive at the moment, so be charitable.

So. Ask questions about Crackdown 2. Ruffian will answer them. The game’s out on July 9.

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