The Swery65 style cannot be ignored. From Spy Fiction to Deadly Premonition, Hidetaka Suehiro, better known as Swery65, has turned game development into an art form with quirky style and lovable weirdness.
With our Madden 15 review now posted for the world to see, we had some questions for EA Tiburon about the First Interactive Experience. We spoke to EA Tiburon Creative Director Mike Young about the new feature, and he was willing to answer our questions.
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham is going to be a positively huge video game. I got to see that first hand when I played a brief demo at DC's booth at Comic-Con International in San Diego last weekend.
In conjunction with the film's August release and the launch of the mobile game, Dan Abnett took some time from his busy schedule to talk with us about writing mobile games, and returning to the characters he helped bring back to prominence at Marvel.
We had a chance to talk with Blake J. Harris about his new book, 'Console Wars,' and delved a bit deeper into the battle between Sega and Nintendo.
“It’s a pleasure to see you at the Drunken Clam,” says Mayor Adam West to a tipsy crowd. No, this isn’t an episode of Fox’s ‘Family Guy,’ this is real life.
We've shown you the studio. We've shown you the people behind the toys. Now it's time for you to meet one of the main driving forces behind all those awesome licenses NECA's responsible for in this interview with Randy Falk.
NECA has brought many a video game, movie and rock star to life. Our shelves and desks are lined with their figures, so when we had the opportunity to visit the studio where all the magic happens, we couldn't pass it up.
"It's surreal. I see this dork when I look in the mirror , and I go, 'You're not Batman.'" Except in this case, that's exactly who the humble, diminutive man sitting next to us is. Though not quite as imposing a physical presence as Batman would be were he real, actor Roger Craig Smith has the right timbre and tone to bring the Dark Knight to life in Batman: Arkham Origins.
Warner Bros. Interactive had a fairly large presence at New York Comic Con this year, what with more than a handful of new superhero-themed games coming out over the next few weeks. To help hype up Batman: Arkham Origins even more, the publisher brought out the big guns in Troy Baker and Roger Craig Smith, or as you might know them, the Joker and Batman. We sat down with Troy Baker to discuss what it was like being the clown prince of crime.