Interviews

For some time now, Pete Hines has been the face of Bethesda Softworks, one of gaming’s biggest third-party publishers. If you’ve been familiar with Bethesda in any capacity or have watched any of the company’s E3 presentations the past few years, you’ve likely been exposed to Hines and his straight-shooting, down-to-Earth attitude. During PAX East
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The Muv-Luv series is considered by many the pinnacle of the visual novel genre, mostly due to its complex and dramatic stories, its interesting characters, and the top-notch mecha design that you wouldn’t expect in this kind of game. Yet, while its popularity certainly spiked after the successful Kickstarter that resulted in the western release
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Shinichi Kameoka is well known for the Mana series, but is currently working on his own franchise, launched with Egglia: Legend of the Redcap, which is currently available for iOS and Android. In order to learn more about this charming mobile JRPG, we visited the headquarters of Kameoka-san’s Kichijoji-based studio in Tokyo, and had an extensive
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Subsurface Circular is the latest release from the creators of Thomas Was Alone, Volume, and EarthShape, Bithell Games. The story-driven text adventure follows a robot detective as it attempts to solve a case revolving around the disappearance of numerous Teks within the Subsurface Circular, a subway system the android-like residents use to commute to their
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Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash has been released recently in the west, but Marvelous Entertainment and Honey Parade games have quite a few titles in the works for the series. In order to learn more about them, DualShockers sat down with Producer Kenichiro Takaki, who talked about a wide variety of topics, from upcoming titles
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Coming off the back of Blade Runner 2049 — and with Halloween looming — it sure would be awesome to have a terrific cyberpunk horror game to play right now. In steps Observer. Like Bloober Team’s previous game — Layers of Fear — Observer fits firmly in the psychological horror genre: a title that traded Layers of Fear’s 19th century Victorian-era mansion setting
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Dynasty Warriors 9 is bringing quite a few innovations to the traditional Musou franchise; in order to know more, DualShockers had a chat with Producer Akihiro Suzuki. First of all, Suzuki-san explained the reason behind the series’ switch to an open world map. The Dynasty Warriors series has been going on for a long time, and
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