The top 10 best games are all about flying planes and robots.
In an interview with Polygon, game designer and developer Theta Games talked about his thoughts on the genre, the upcoming Call of Duty game, and how we might be seeing more of that in the future.
Here’s the full interview with Theta:I’m excited to talk to you about the first part of my interview.
We’re going to be talking about flying machines, robots, and flight.
We’ll also be talking the future of the Call of DoD.
And the future, I can say with confidence, is exciting.
I’m a big fan of the genre of flight simulators.
I think they’ve always been a pretty unique and fun genre.
I don’t think they’re going anywhere.
I can tell you that I really love this genre.
We’ve been in the business for about 40 years and it’s a lot of fun.
We love flying planes.
I love the idea of flying robots.
It’s like flying on a big, futuristic robot, or flying in space.
It feels like you’re floating through space.
We all really love the space sims.
The only thing that I’m not a big believer in is the space combat.
I mean, we’ve seen a lot more space combat in games than we have in the military.
The first time I saw space combat was in Elite, where the alien ships come from and you have to take out some space stations.
It felt so cool.
I was excited.
Theres been this huge shift in technology and a lot less human beings in space than in previous years.
But it’s still a lot to deal with.
We’re working on a new Call of Defense game.
We have a great team, and we have a bunch of guys who are very experienced with that genre.
Theyve been doing it for a long time, and theyre just in a really good place.
We really want to do it right.
I hope to be involved in it.
I think we’ve got a really solid foundation.
The game is called Theta, and it will be released in 2018.
I would love to work on this game.
I feel like this is going to become a really strong genre for Call of War.
We will be able to take advantage of the technology and tools we have.
It will be very interesting.
But we are looking forward to the development.