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Following his talk at devcom, we caught up with Revolution's acclaimed designer to talk Virtual Theatre and a return to Union City.
Our two-part interview with the acclaimed indie developer concludes with more insightful truths about about the challenges and future of interactive storytelling.
In the first half of our transcribed Skype interview, the innovative indie developer has a chance to tell his own behind-the-scenes story.
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Adventure Corner nabbed some behind-the-scenes time with the creators of the text-based hacking adventure. Here is the transcript of that meeting.
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Two of the men behind the masks were caught on camera with our friends from Adventure Corner at gamescom.
Our gamescom demo and video interview with Deck Nine producer David Hein forecast sunny skies for the three-part prequel miniseries.