With Final Fantasy XIII still fresh in the mind of our man Eric Layman, Square Enix provides him the opportunity to get some questions answered with director Motomu Toriyama. Without further delay, here's how it went down. -------------
We had the opportunity to ask a few questions about Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love and NIS America's Nao Zook was super nice to help us get some answers. So if you're looking for some insight on this long awaited title, look no further than the below questions: --------
by Steve Schardein and Greg Schardein Lords of localization Rich Amtower (Localization Management, NOA Treehouse) and Mark MacDonald (Executive Director, 8-4 Ltd.) sat down with us to discuss, among other things, their recent work on Glory of Heracles. Check out what was said below.
On my list of favorite all time arcade games, Final Fight would rank high -- like, top ten high. This textbook side-scrolling brawler opened my eyes to the joys of the brawler genre and co-op gaming in general. The sequels, which never were as good as the original, came out years ago (don't even mention FF: Streetwise...). Anyway, the series has been quiet, so I was really glad when I heard Capcom...[Read More]
Impressions! Impressions! Impressions! Would you like some impressions from the special event that Capcom put on for us poor schmoes on Tuesday of this week? Would you like to know how much fun the multiplayer of Lost Planet 2 is? I bet you would. Let’s not delay!
Recently we were given the opportunity to do a wonderful Q/A with MLG gamer Justin Lee Deese (aka Pistola) and we jumped at the chance. Justin is 17 years old, a three-time event MVP awards winner, including a 2009 season MVP award and a true gamer in every sense of the term. Before we dig into the interview, for those of you not familiar with the MLG (Major League Gaming) it's where gamers sto...[Read More]
We had a chance to do some good Q/A with director Joshua Goldin on his newly released movie Wonderful World. Here's how it went down. Oh, and don't forget to visit our review of his film on Blu-ray, which can be found here.
There was a wonderful roundtable discussion with writer/directors Ron Clements and John Musker on their upcoming DVD/Blu-ray release of Walt Disney Studio's The Princess and the Frog. Here's how it went down: ----------
On Wednesday we had the opportunity to do a telephone interview with Harry Hamlin, who played the lead Perseus, (with other publications and sites) in regards to the recently released Clash of the Titans Blu-ray. We found some interesting information about his experience, the producers and a brief tiff with Ray Harryhausen. Below is the transcript, so enjoy. Once you're done with that check out ou...[Read More]
I just wrapped a conference call with other media outlets and some developers from 2K Sports. The topic? MLB 2K10, the newest baseball offering from 2K Sports that’s due out next Tuesday. The conference call included Producer Ben Bishop and Gameplay Designers Jonathan Rivera and Sean Bailey, all from 2K Sports. At the outset, we were given a brief introduction to MLB 2K10. The most important...[Read More]
Recently, Digitalchumps.com was presented with the opportunity to have a wonderful question and answer session with the great John Kricfalusi. If you're not familiar with this wonderful gentleman, he helped co-create Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures, which just recently came out on DVD this week. He also was involved with a slew of other animated classics that include the revival of the Jetsons (e...[Read More]