Kena: Bridge of Spirits Developers React to 25 Minute Speedrun

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IGN published this video item, entitled “Kena: Bridge of Spirits Developers React to 25 Minute Speedrun” – below is their description.

Even though it just released earlier this year, speedrunners have already found ways to beat Kena: Bridge of Spirits in under 30 minutes. Ride along with members of the Kena: Bridge of Spirits development team from Ember Labs as they watch their game get completely broken by speedrunner SwiftShadow.

Participating in the commentary from Ember Labs are: Josh Grier (Producer/Writer), Tyler Kirk (Engineer), and James Beck (Combat Designer & Animator).

Check out more from speedrunner SwiftShadow here:

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