Ubisoft sent over some new screens from their upcoming game, Haze. The screens look great but don't really show off anything most of you who've been following the game don't already know. Hopefully the vehicle portions of the game have undergone some work. It was a little broken when I played the game last year.
We also have this SciFi interview they did recently with two of the developers from the game, Rob Yescombe and Derek Littlewood. They talk about the story line, how Nectar will work in the game and some behind the scene stuff. A lot of work is going into the storyline and the script is over 1,000 pages now. On top of that, Free Radical has members of the Royal Shakespeare Company doing voice work in the game. Rob mentions that that group usually only works for either lots of money or for a really good script and since they didn't have too much money, it goes to show you that the script is really good. So good, that it made Rob pee his pants a little.
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