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Old 04-10-2012, 07:04 PM   #3
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Well, to be clear(er), he hasn't said that he feels responsible--in the sense of being culpable--for the "death" of adventure games. It's more like he regrets that Grim Fandango has been cited by game publishers as a reason not to make adventure games. I don't think he regrets anything about Grim Fandango itself, just the (mis)use others have made of it's sales record.
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