In the past two decades, none of our unforgettable moments at The Video Game Awards and Game Awards have been more famous than Swedish producer Josef Fares who roared “X Your Oscar” at the 2017 Game Awards ceremony. However, in a recent interview with The Washington Post, Fares revealed that he does not hate Oscars at all:
“When I participated in the 2017 Game Awards, everyone was talking, “This is the Oscar of the game industry.” So on the stage, I am me, and I immediately thought, “Fxxk Oscars, we[在這裡]Have a great time. This is the reason for that sentence. This is not to say that I think the Oscars are not good. “
Despite this, Fares does hate certain things. Just like the criticized NFT (non-fungible token). This means that we don’t need to worry about NFT appearing in his games, because if he wants to have this in his video game, he would rather be “shot in the knee”:
“I told you this: No matter what decision you make in the game, it is to adjust the design to make the player pay or do something that makes you want him to pay. If you ask my opinion, I think that It’s wrong. If your goal is to make (to tell) a story game, I think that’s the way to do it[放入NFT]Is wrong. Now, if you ask a big CEO who runs a company, he will say that I am stupid because the company is to make money.But I still say no[放入NFT]. For me, games are art. “
Fares’ studio Hazelight released “Two People in a Row” earlier this year, and recently revealed that he does not rule out a sequel. What should be excluded should be the addition of NFT to the game.