Quick quotes: People Can Fly “blushed” with amount of swearing in Bulletstorm

By Johnny Cullen, Friday, 7 October 2011 10:13 GMT

“Do you know any swear word in a foreign language? German, French, Polish? When you say it out loud, no biggie, right? Not a problem to use it during a family dinner, I assume? That is how all the f-bombs sounded to us. Being Polish, all the strong language in Bulletstorm was just exotic and fun to us. We did not feel its power. In other words, Epic thought this is what we wanted and respected our creative vision, while we had no idea this vision was a bit more than we really wanted. It was only at the end of the development, when I read the Polish translation of the game, that I realized how dirty we were. I swear a lot. A LOT. And yet still I …kind of blushed.” – People Can Fly’s creative director Adrian Chmielarz, speaking to Game Developer magazine (via Gama) on Bulletstorm’s OTT swearing. Here a fuck, there a fuck, everywhere a fuck fuck.

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