The Times interviews Dan Houser

By Chris | 15th Nov 2009 at 16:45 GMT in GTA IV | 3 Comments

IPB ImageThe online edition of The Times has posted a rare, in-depth interview with Rockstar's Dan Houser. The driving force behind Grand Theft Auto looks into the man's background, avoiding the public spotlight, the controversies brought about by GTA, and touches on future plans - albeit very briefly. The article is an excellent and very interesting read, you should certainly check it out if you can spare a few minutes.

As for the boys themselves, they are already back at work. There's a Western game in the works for next spring, and the next GTA to think of. “We'll think of a city first, then the characters,” says Houser. The script he will end up co-writing will run to around 1,000 pages, nearly ten times as much as a feature film.
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MrLlamaLlama 15th November, 2009 @ 17:00 - Permalink

Pretty sweet article. Love his manner of speaking completely...

"I want to go somewhere where people are miserable in a different way."

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JustADummy 15th November, 2009 @ 18:27 - Permalink

lol damn. (@ my post before). Still it's great to hear about GTA V and more.

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Ivan 15th November, 2009 @ 19:00 - Permalink

For someone whose game was such a big hit, he's surprisingly humble. I really enjoyed reading that interview, even though he still didn't talk as much as I would have liked.

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