Interessante a forma atual do Google apresentar uma citação recente como resultado de suas buscas (no caso, busca por “Agatha Christie”, claro):
A citação se refere a uma matéria de 20.08.2013 do site Gamasutra, de games:
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(…) Headed by Elliot Grassiano, they are taking on the challenge of bringing some of the crime novelist’s most iconic stories and detectives, such as Hercule Poirot, to life. This deal promises loads of surprises, twisting plots, quality dialogue and drama, subtle interrogations and unexpected outcomes for the fans.
Alain Milly, Publishing Director at Anuman Interactive says “ Microïds experience in adventure gaming combined with Agatha Christie’s genius whose work goes beyond all generations can only lead to new must-plays for all the mystery and investigation fans”.
Valerie Bozzetto, Joint Managing Director IRM says “Agatha Christie has already proven itself as a great game brand with the huge success we have had with our downloadable games, but we relish the challenge to make more immersive and true adventure–led games with the experts at Microïds”. (…)