Quantic Dream believes Remedy's upcoming live-action video/game hybrid Quantum Break is an "interesting" concept, telling VideoGamer.com that it "applaud(s) any developer who is trying to put more story and more meaning into their games".

"I'm not totally clear about [Quantum Break], to be perfectly honest," said Beyond: Two Souls producer Guillaume de Fondaumiere when asked for his thoughts on Remedy's game. "No harm intended, I just saw what they presented during the Xbox press conference. But what I understand is that it's going to be a series and the game probably uses stories and characters to influence each other."

But despite not knowing much about it, de Fondaumiere believes Remedy's game "[could] be interesting".

"We applaud any developer who is trying to put more story and more meaning into their games, because this is what we believe in," he continues. "For instance, The Walking Dead we applaud with two hands. We think it's a great avenue. We don't think all games should be like this, but we don't think that we should be the only ones to do these types of games."

Quantic Dream has become famous for developing 'interactive dramas' following its work on 2005 supernatural murder-mystery Fahrenheit and 2010's Heavy Rain.

Its next release, Beyond: Two Souls, stars Ellen Page as Jodie Holmes, telling the tale of her life and death as a CIA operative.

The game is due for release this October.

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