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Creators Mass Effect movie inspired by Final Fantasy

Artistic Director of the series Mass Effect Derek Watts (Derek Watts) said that in the process of creating a gaming universe is largely inspired by the developers of CGI-movie Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within. `Yeah, you know, we really have borrowed a lot of Final Fantasy: The Spirits With

Artistic Director of the series Mass Effect Derek Watts (Derek Watts) said that in the process of creating a gaming universe is largely inspired by the developers of CGI-movie Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within. `Yeah, you know, we really have borrowed a lot of Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within. We have largely used their implementation of the interface and GUI style, which was made of the ship - it was like an early version of the design of Normandy `. `Our military helicopters based in part on what was in the movie. A lot of interesting stuff, especially their glowing screens interface GUI; we used a lot of this. I still have a folder with all of these moments, and still sometimes tell children: `Return-ka ago and look at this. Change is on the same principle! ``

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