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David Jaffe at Comic-Con: Do we even cover games anymore?


11:36 PM on 07.27.2007



In the spirit of our exclusive, hard-hitting coverage of vaguely popular cartoons enjoyed by British children, we bring you the above video; a three and a half minute long clip of God of War creator David Jaffe proving conclusively that if he wasn't a trendsetting, outspoken game developer, he'd be your creepy uncle who offers to buy you beer, but only if you'll refer to him as 'Drizzt'.

Though I have to say, I'm impressed that he managed to pick up the soundtracks for both Ladyhawke and WarGames. If I hadn't just read that Mr. Jaffe has a wife whom he presumably has sex with, I'd be forced to come to the conclusion that he wants to save Ferris ... if you know what I mean ... 






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