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The latest interviews by n3rdabl3 with various game developers, industry veterans, actors and actresses, and more.

Interview: Alexander Mishulin on Pathfinder: Kingmaker

At E3 2018 we sat down with Pathfinder: Kingmaker’s Creative Director Alexander Mishulin to hear (and see) what fans and supporters will get to...
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Interview: Drone Racing League – From Grass Roots to the Big...

Last month the Drone Racing League blew the Internet up after they launched their website, YouTube channel, and revealed that they'll be starting the first mainstream Drone Racing League, but not just any racing league. This isn't just a couple of guys in an abandoned factory, this is THE Drone Racing League, a new company which hopes to become the F1 of drone sports.
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Interview: Homefront: The Revolution Hopes to be a True Guerilla Fighting...

In amongst the hustle and bustle at EGX 2015 last week, located in the corner of the 18-section was Koch Media's booth, home to Homefront: The Revolution, a game which, from the outside, has had a bit of a rocky development, but offered a good 15 minutes of gameplay for players to sink their teeth into.

Interview: Dead or Alive 6 Producer Yohei Shimbori Talks DOA

Last week, after a spectacular Dead or Alive 6 Press play session, I was lucky enough to sit down and get an interview with...
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Interview: What Is Boogio? We Ask the Co-founder and CEO of...

We here at n3rdabl3 are always interested in new technology. Recently we had a chance to talk to Jose Torres the co founder and CEO...

G4C 2018: Interview With Jesse Schell on HoloLAB Champions

Schell Games is a supporting sponsor for and regular contributor to Game For Change Festival's content. This year was no different, as Schell had...
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Interview with Bedlam Author Christopher Brookmyre

Bedlam, for those who don't know, is a genre-jumping game based on the works by author Christopher Brookmyre. It's a game which throws players across various different genres as they battle it out to get the game's protagonist Heather Quinn, back home.

Awesome-Con 2018: Interview with Barbara Dunkelman

I'm back with some more interviews courtesy of Awesome-Con. This year I talked to two wonderful ladies of Rooster Teeth, Barbara Dunkelman, and Lindsey...

E3 2018: We Happy Few Dev on “One of the Biggest...

We Happy Few has been in the works for some time now. It's a game which tells the tale of a dystopian English town full...
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Interview: Marc-andré Houde Discusses the Future of Project: Session

Last year a little proof-of-concept video blew up on reddit bringing the world's attention to an currently in-development skateboaring game, Project: Session by a newly formed development studio called creā-ture Studios. Since then however the game itself has been through some rough seas with players sharing their frustration that they've not seen enough of the game, as well as a Patreon campaign which also came under fire.
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Interview: Jagex Talks Block N Load, Ace of Spaces, and the...

Jagex are probably best known for their free-to-play, browser based RPG, RuneScape, but more recently they announced Block N Load, a multiplayer shooter that pits teams of five against eachother in a genre bending game that blends fast paced first person shooter and melee action with a sort of block building tower defence game. Block N Load entered closed beta earlier this month and we caught up with Vice President of Block N Load, David Solari, to chat about the game, and how they took the concept of Ace of Spaces and turned it on its head.
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Interview: Boss Key’s Dan Nanni on LawBreakers vs. Overwatch and Happy...

At gamescom earlier this month, we got a chance to sit down with Boss Key Productions' LawBreakers Lead Designer Dan Nanni to talk all things LawBreakers, as well as the obvious comparisons with Overwatch, as well as how the game development has changed from the game's original concept to what it is today.

Experimental Film: Charley Marlowe Talks Homestar Runner

About a week ago, the trailer for Experimental Film: The First Success Story of Internet Video was released online. Experimental Film is a biopic on the Brothers Chaps, most famous for being the creators of the endlessly popular Homestar Runner Internet cartoons.

Interview: William Wisher on Terminator 2: Judgment Day

In that screaming crowd stands William Wisher, wearing a denim jacket and clutching a Pentax. He stands shocked as the T-800 gets to its feet after having been flung through a glass window by Robert Patrick. He is the replacement for 'Japanese Tourist', but the friend of James Cameron who should have been stood there instead had missed their flight.

Interview: Special Effects Master Dennis Muren on Terminator 2: Judgment Day

In 1991, 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day' set a new standard in special effects and action movies in general. Groundbreaking in myriad ways the bold endeavours of the visual effects department are still fit for task 26 years later. Gifted the task of delivering the most sophisticated special effects audiences had ever seen was Dennis Muren.

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