Many great games are inspired by their developer’s own real life experiences. Miyamoto famously drew on his experiences of hiking around the Kyoto countryside to conjure up a sense of exploration and wonder in The Legend of Zelda. Nina Freeman wrote Cibele as a reflection on her own first romantic relationship developed online. Even Will Wright found satisfaction in rebuilding his home after the Oakland-Berkeley Firestorm of 1991, inspiring his creation of The Sims franchise. But not all memories, as we know, are good ones. Foreclosed, a game about a man robbed of his identity in a dystopian cyberpunk future, is also inspired by a real life event that its Antab Studio co-founders Lara Gianotti and Andrea Tabacco went through together, and though neither are eager to share the full details of what happened, it doesn’t sound like a particularly envious experience. ”It gave us the opportunity to think about the relationship between the legal identity of a person and the actual identity of the same person,” explains Gianotti, “because legal identity is like an artefact in a sort of way, but it actually defines you inside the society. So it’s of premium importance, but of course, you are not the bunch… Read full this story
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