Hollywood directors looking at games
Leading Hollywood director Michael Bay has expressed his intention to get several top US movie directors involved in the video games industry.
The LA Times reports that Bay, co-chairman of special effects studio Digital Domain, aims to develop four to five games in the next two years. His intention is to allow Hollywood directors direct access to the game making process, rather than adopting the usual approach of licensing out the franchises to third party studios.
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