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

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.

Interview: Composer Brad Fiedel on Terminator 2

"The future, always so clear to me, had become like a black highway at night. We were in uncharted territory now, making up history...
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Interview with Producer Stephanie Austin on Terminator 2: Judgment Day

Stephanie Austin asks me where I'm calling from. I say London. "It's one of my favourite cities. I got to spend a lot of time...

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: Cyanide & Happiness on Humble Beginnings to Their Own Video...

I've dipped in and out of the world of Cyanide & Happiness for years, whether that's via their own website, or through various repostings...

Interview: creā-ture studios Talks Session and the Whirlwind that was 2016

It's been a little over a year and a half since we last checked in with creā-ture studios' Marc-andré Houde discussing the upcoming skateboarding game, Project: Session, and since then a lot has happened. So we caught up with Houde to discuss the last year and a half, and what the future brings for the game.
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I Talked Dick Wilde and Virtual Reality With the Head of...

Last month, Bolverk Games released their swamp-based VR shooter Dick Wilde. The game came out as a launch title for the PSVR AIM controller...

Awesome-Con 2017: Interview with Kel Mitchell

Our final interview from Awesome-Con includes the man who loves Orange Soda, Kel Mitchell. Kel, who is most popularly known for playing Kel on...

Awesome-Con 2017: Interview with Stan Lee

Awesome-Con is kicking off this Friday but until we get there we still have more interviews to share with you from guests of the...
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Awesome-Con 2017: Interview with Jason David Frank

Our next interview in our series of interviews from Awesome-Con 2017 is with Jason David Frank. Jason is most widely known for playing Tommy...
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Awesome-Con 2017: Interview with Greg Capullo

Awesome-Con is coming up next month and n3rdabl3.com will be covering the event when it's time but leading up to the convention we will...
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Interview: Hoplon on Heavy Metal Machines and Finding Method in the...

In a space as overcrowded as the MOBA genre it's important to do something to set your game apart from the rest, a USP if you will. Heavy Metal Machines, the latest effort from Brazilian developer Hoplon does exactly that by centring their MOBA on vehicular combat.
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Evolutionary: A Chat With Writer and Filmmaker Oliver Crawford

The new indie series 'Evolutionary' hit London stores recently and represents the culmination of years of work for filmmaker Oliver Crawford. The concept, which first spawned...
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Interview: Small Giant on the shift from Habbo to Empires &...

Small Giant recently launched their first game onto mobile called Empires & Puzzles: RPG Quest, its a game that blends match-three puzzles with hero collecting and base building. Interestingly however, the studio is made up of veterans from the industry including key founders of the teen-focused social platform, Habbo.
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Interview: Robert “Zeloxory” Bailey on Signing to Burrito eSports

With the announcement of their new professional circuit featuring a whopping $100,000 prize pool, Brawlhalla has been turning plenty of heads within the eSports community.

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