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Video Spotlight: The Cave Developer Interview

Friday, February 15th, 2013

Double Fine have recently opened up about the development process of The Cave. Check the video below for the full scoop:

[Source: SEGA Blog]

Past Yakuza Games Unlikely To Appear on 360

Wednesday, August 24th, 2011

In a recent interview with Eurogamer, Toshihiro Nagoshi has stated that the Yakuza series will likely never get ported to the X-Box 360.

Nagoshi explains, “At the beginning of the project we spoke to all the platform holders including Sony and Microsoft. Every platform holder was negative about this prospect, but we kept on pushing because we believed in the potential, and as we kept going one platform holder that showed interest and saw the prospects of this title was Sony. That’s how we started working with them, and that’s probably not going to change.”

Nagoshi added, “The basic style and mechanics is really an old game that started on PS2 and continued on PS3. Times keep changing, and if we started on some new games they would be in a very different shape – so the last game was the end of one particular era.”

End of an era, eh? Can we expect more from the Yakuza series on different platforms? Only time will tell!

[Source: Eurogamer]

An Interview With Sonic the Hedgehog

Sunday, July 3rd, 2011

Here’s an interesting little feature I recently took part in; my good friend Tru Smiles staffs a site called Gamma Lounge and kindly asked to interview me about my experiences as a Sonic the Hedgehog mascot!

You can read the interview via this hyperlink.

Now the truth behind Sonic the Hedgehog is finally revealed! Hot scoop!

[Source: Gamma Lounge]

Feature: SEGADriven and Emerald Coast Interview Takashi Iizuka and Yuji Naka

Tuesday, June 28th, 2011

I still can’t believe I’m writing these words. Myself and Phil “Vger” Sims actually interviewed Takashi Iizuka and Yuji Naka! 2 of our heroes!

Click here to be taken straight to the interview!

Massive thanks to both Iizuka-san and Naka-san for taking time out of their busy schedule to answer questions from 2 crazy fanboys! An extra special ‘thank you’ also goes to Svend Joscelyne for organising this for us. We are forever in your debt!

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