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"The game was cut months ago, and now we are talking to developers," he said to Kotaku.
"When some thing doesn't happen in one way, I just continue to pursue it in another way. I'm not giving up on Insane, it's truly beautiful," he added.
In relation to that, the director also explained that he admires development studio Valve and the work they've done over the years.
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