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Cliff Bleszinski has been making video games since he was a teenager and is known largely for his work on first- and third-person shooters like Gears of War and the upcoming LawBreakers. But Bleszinski has ideas for very different games, including one about a lost dog.

“We have two dogs and I just love dogs. The studio is dog-friendly. Any day when we have multiple dogs at work, I can just feel like the tension is so much far less because dogs are awesome,” Bleszinski said during an interview with IGN at E3 2017.

If he got around to making it, Bleszinski said he’d call the game Dog Gone. It would feature a dog trying to make it back to his irresponsible family.

“It’d basically be a family that takes the SUV or whatever to the Grand Canyon, and they get distracted by something and they wind up driving back home to Jersey,” Bleszinski said. “They somehow manage to forget their dog — terrible people, mind you, much like the family from Home Alone. Then the dog has to go through all these different sections of dogs he meets the Chihuahuas, the Rottweilers, the Pitbulls, the Pomeranians, and everything at these various, different locations.”

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Posted on Jun 22, 2017

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