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Posted on Wednesday, March 23 @ 11:21:17 Eastern by Blake_Morse
Tetsuya Mizuguchi is a unique character in the world of game development. His approach to design is a mix of real world inspirations, whether it be a book or a vacation mixed with a  desire to entice all the senses within the context of his created worlds. His latest project, Child of Eden is looking to take the concepts he put forth in Rez and crank it up to a whole new level of visual enchantment and immersive gameplay. We actually got a chance to sit down with "Miz" as he's affectionately called and discuss his gaming philosophy with him. Check it out.


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