2021 closes crowning It Takes Two as the best game of the year for Vandal and other specialized media that believe, like us, that the work of Josef Fares is the best title of the last 12 months.
As many of you know, we are facing a very special cooperative game (you can read our analysis here) that requires playing it with another person to finish it or, at least, that is what we created so far since Masahiro Sakurai thinks you can play solo and, in fact, it tells us how to do it in a photograph.
For Sakurai, creator of Super Smash Bros. The Kirby, the main “problem” of It Takes Two It is the barrier of not being able to play it alone. However, he believes that placing the two controls vertically and placing the hands as in the photo a single player can control both characters and actually jokes that this solution “has passed to the final selection at the Game Designers Awards.”
You … do you think Sakurai’s solution could be valid?
This work remained until the final selection at the Game Designers Awards. — Masahiro Sakurai / Masahiro Sakurai (@Sora_Sakurai) December 11, 2021
It Takes Two creator denies NFTs
Precisely Josef Fares, creator of It Takes Two, spoke a few days ago about the success of the title and the future of the video game industry, completely denying the “fashion” to add NFT with which some companies are fooling around, ensuring that he prefers “a shot in the knee” to implanting them in his games, as well as ensuring that his studio never works on a game as a service.