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    The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles Q&A on Pro-G talks with Pete Hines about Bethesda's upcoming RPG add-on: "Nope, no mounts. By the time you make the trek to Sheogorath's palace, you've uncovered one or two camps or locations and all the quests will be in one of the surrounding quadrants so you don't have that far to go. We designed it so that there are lots of those waypoints, camps and dungeons. You have to do that first, hard slog. The problem with horses is that they take anything that feels really big and make it much smaller because you can get across it so fast. We were a little concerned about losing that sense of scale."
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    Gamecock Media Q&A on The Armchair Empire continues Mike Wilson's return as one of the most interviewed men in gaming: "During my time with G.O.D. I actually learned how to drink water and sing 'Row Row Row Your Boat' at the same time in three octaves; Iím really hoping that talent carries over. I also learned that big business isnít the right way to go if youíre looking for innovation. Itís no secret, but it really hits home when you experience it first hand. We plan on keeping our end small and efficient allowing us to put out games that are original and still profitable for everyone involved. Other than that, creating a good relationship with the developers, allowing them to keep their IP and giving them creative freedom are the basis of what we believe in. "

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5. Re: No subject Feb 21, 2007, 13:46 BIGtrouble77
 
This has been talked about here a bit... Gamecock is sort of a joke name. They are a new kind of publisher that wants to not draw attention to themselves in the way publishers like EA do. They want the comsumers to see the developers name, and gamecock is so ridiculous no one would ever put that in bold lettering on the box. Kind of a symbolic name.

With that said, they are drawing a lot of attention to themselves, but in a good way I think. Now we just have to wait and see if they release any good games.

 
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