Spielberg to produce video games
E3 Media & Business Summit, Electronic Arts unveiled some details games to be developed with a partnership with Steven Spielberg, reports Reuters. The official names of the two video games were not revel.
Neil Young, general manager of Electronic Arts Los Angeles, told that one is an action puzzle game for the Nintendo Wii that was inspired by a meeting Spielberg had with renowned developer and "Mario" creator Shigeru Miyamoto at last year's E3.
The second game, code-named "LMNO" and for the Microsoft Xbox 360 and Sony PlayStation 3, is described as a contemporary epic action-adventure story. "The 'LMNO' product is probably more of what you might expect from a partnership between Steven Spielberg and Electronic Arts in that it focuses on a relationship between the player and a nonplaying character," he said.
Spielberg is respected for its carrier in the Hollywood, this also allows him to take the chance to produce some of the video games. His ideas will use to create new kind of games with some new fresh ideas. Spielberg have a track record in the gaming industry through DreamWorks Interactive, and while the division lost money before it eventually was sold to EA in 2000, it was the original developer for EA's tremendously successful "Medal of Honor" series.
Young "Steven respects games as a unique medium, and he understands very well what defines it, which is interactivity. When Steven Spielberg introduces ideas that we collaborate on, they're' always framed by an understanding that