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Brendan McNamara sets his sights on another ambitious, story-led project...
Brendan McNamara, the writer and director of LA Noire, and founder of the now defunct Team Bondi studio that made the game, has started talking about the next project in his sights and is already pitching the idea to publishers.
Speaking to Eurogamer, McNamara said, “I'm personally just writing some new stuff now, which I've been pitching around for the last couple of weeks. Hopefully I'll have something to announce on that pretty soon.”
He's got some publishers interested too - “There are a few people interested, yeah. I've still got to do the paperwork” - while the concept itself appears to be story-led in a similar manner to LA Noire: “It's pretty interesting. It's one of the great untold stories of the twentieth century. So I think it'll be good.”
McNamara has also retained a share in Depth Analysis, the studio that developed the MotionScan technology behind LA Noire which resulted in such lifelike performances from its actors. As a shareholder, McNamara still has access to the studio and could conceivably utilise MotionScan in his future projects.
“Hopefully towards the end of that we'll have the full body stuff up and running,” he said of the technology, which was only used to capture actors' faces in LA Noire. “That could be pretty interesting, too.”
We'll keep you updated as more on McNamara's next project emerges...
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