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From Uncharted to Obra Dinn: Lucas Pope dishes on his illustrious game-dev career

2 monthes ago   |   By Ars Technica

Enlarge / L-R: One of the hundreds of characters in the 2013 video game Papers, Please ; game developer Lucas Pope, standing in his hometown of Saitama, Japan; the captain of a cursed pirate ship fom Pope's 2018 game Return of the Obra Dinn.
SAITAMA, Japan- Return of the Obra Dinn , the latest video game from designer, programmer, artist, writer, and musician Lucas Pope, revolves around a massive cast of characters. Of course, there is one minor detail-they're all presumed dead.
In the game, players must sort through the histories and fates of dozens of men, women, and children by working...
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