ZAM: 1979 Revolution: an Interview with Navid Khonsari

“The team refers to 1979 Revolution as a ‘vérité’ game, named after a style of documentary that is often thought of as ‘observational cinema’, in which the director adopts a fly-on-the-wall approach and watches events as they unfold (the term is actually more complicated and loaded than this, but its documentary origins are important – Khonsari himself has worked as a documentarian in the past). ‘We’re kind of a hybrid of a start-up that’s trying to build an engine to tell narrative stories based on real events’, Khonsari says. ‘But we’re also a traditional game developer, trying to get a game out to the market.'”

Full article on ZAM.

Author: James O'Connor


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