Interviews

Crazy Eights: Will ‘Oz’ Schoonover on Widower’s Wood

by 1 year ago

When it comes to massive numbers of figures for a Kickstarter project, often CoolMiniOrNot and Soda Pop Miniatures come to mind.  While you wouldn't be blamed for that, another company well …

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Gaming Trend interviews Milestone about Sébastien Loeb Rally EVO

by 1 year ago

GT: For those who don't follow the rally scene, who's Sébastien Loeb, and how is he involved in this game? Milestone: Sébastien Loeb is the 9 time World Rally Champion, …

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We interview the team behind GREATER EVIL: The political bullshit card game

by 1 year ago

1. First off, please introduce yourselves and tell us a little bit about Burn Artists. Burn Artists is a new, incredibly unprofitable LLC started by myself, Jacob Bofferding (writer), and …

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PAX South: We check out the prototype of Zombie Tower 3D

by 1 year ago

Laura stumbled on a prototype game that caught her eye at PAX South in San Antonio.  The game, Zombie Tower 3D, is already a hit in Japan, but this Summer …

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Like toys in a toybox — 2K talks the conception of Gearbox’s Battleborn

by 1 year ago

I recently got a chance to get some hands-on time with Gearbox’s upcoming class-based shooter Battleborn, and also had the opportunity to sit down for a quick chat with 2K …

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Crazy Eights: Sandy Petersen on Cthulhu Wars and Onslaught Two

by 1 year ago

When Cthulhu Wars came to Kickstarter, it was as if the Ancient Ones opened a portal and clashed at once, with the campaign raising $1.4 million.  If you have seen …

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Treyarch’s Jason Blundell talks current-gen development and Black Ops 3

by 1 year ago

Black Ops has never been about clarity. Let that sink in while I introduce you to a man I had the pleasure of talking to - Jason Blundell, director at …

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Crazy Eights: Michael Robins on Fathoms

by 2 years ago

It seems that miniatures games have taken off since the advent of Kickstarter.  While a number of games with highly detailed miniatures came out before that, since the the theme and …

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Democratizing game design – A conversation with Roblox’s Rick Silvestrini

by 2 years ago

    Roblox is not a game used as click-bait, and it doesn't decorate the front pages of top sites. Yet it's a game that has over four million fiercely loyal players …

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    You’re never weird on the internet: Felicia Day chats about giving a voice to the geek in all of us

    by 2 years ago

      Felicia Day, actress, comedian, writer and of course, gamer, has become a household name for many since she first caught our attention on her web series “The Guild,” before quickly …

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      Psyonix talks Rocket League, the design process, and the Supersonic Fury DLC

      by 2 years ago

      Last week, I was fortunate enough to chat with Jeremy Dunham, the Vice President of Marketing and Communications from Psyonix, the studio behind this summer's hit title, Rocket League. As …

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      Crazy Eights: John Wrot on The King’s Armory

      by 2 years ago

      It's not uncommon to see digital implementations of board games and vice versa, but the tower defense game hasn't been explored very often in the board game space.  John Wrot …

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