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Former Rockstar dev Kickstarting game set in 1979 Iran


1:30 PM on 11.14.2013



Iran native, Navid Khonsari, worked on Grand Theft Auto III, Vice City, San Andreas, Max Payne I & IIManhunt, Red Dead Revolver, The Warriors, Alan Wake, and Homefront. I think it's safe to say this guy knows what he is doing. He wants to create an episodic-for-touch-screens game based on the Iran revolution in 1979.

This looks like a super interesting project, not only because it's being made by an experienced team, but because it's covering something that most games would turn into a shooter. The Kickstarter has a goal of $395,000, and right now they just passed $20,000.






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