You may not have heard about Robotoki. It's a little studio based in California that has just announced its first title, Human Element - it's about zombies, but not really. While other studios - even indie developers - had big, flashy booths at E3, Robotoki was represented by one guy, who met us at the top of a staircase at a prescribed time. And while cynics will dismiss the games industry for bowing to the cult of personality, it's undeniable that this one guy is the reason everybody is so interested in what would otherwise be just another start-up creating just another video game
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