Sunday Q&As

  • Halo
    About Halo, Period on PC.IGN.Com wraps up their week-long coverage of the upcoming PC version of Halo with a Q&A with Gearbox' Randy Pitchford, learning more about why they are foregoing co-op support, the 16 player multiplayer limit, whether mouse support will reduce the challenge presented by console controls, and more. Thanks Frans.
  • Exarch
    HomeLAN Fed's Exarch Q&A talks with David Adams of Realm Interactive about Exarch, their upcoming MMORPG, confusingly referring to this as the replacement for the now-cancelled Trade Wars project, when previous indications were that Exarch was simply the new name for Trade Wars (story).
  • Dark and Light
    HomeLAN Fed's Dark and Light Q&A talks with NP Cube's Laurent Paret and Stephane Quilichini about Dark and Light, their upcoming MMORPG, trying to justify claims of unprecedented scope for such a game and offering one of the more unusual company origin stories you will ever encounter.
  • Dark Fall
    The Dark Fall Q&A on Gamer's Hell chats with Jonathan Boakes of XXv Productions, offering a quick overview of their supernatural-themed graphic adventure game.
  • Ken Silverman
    DOS Games Archive's Interview with Ken Silverman talks with the programming prodigy that created the Build engine that powered Duke Nukem 3D.
  • Tomb Raider
    GameSpy.com's Tomb Raider Interviews is the outcome of participating on a round-table interview with some of the folks behind the new Tomb Raider movie, including Angelina Jolie, Lara herself.
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Stop talking out of your arse and just admit you couldn’t be bothered.

Regardless of how you feel about Halo PC, Randy Pitchford is indeed an ass during interviews. Just like any 'good' politician, he has an uncanny ability to spin Negatives into Positives.
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