One thing I forgot to mention about PAX East last March, was the fact that the XBLA marketing department released a set of 6 limited edition postcards featuring Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet and other upcoming games. The postcards, designed to look like vintage movie posters, were quite a hit with the crowd. Only 700 copies of the set were printed so those puppies are pretty rare. Here's a look.
A couple of months ago, I was contacted by Mercedes Milligan, associate editor for Animation Magazine. She asked me if I'd be willing to be the subject of their monthly feature called, “A Day in the Life of...”, to which I answered, "sure, why not!"
And so, I proceeded to photographically document my day, giving an insight into my not so glamorous life. The pictures and captions I provided are featured in the April/May issue. I scanned the page for your viewing pleasure. You can click here for a larger view.
The "Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet" video interviews from PAX East in Boston have been surfacing on the web. It's pretty traumatic to look at myself being interviewed but I know my family and friends will enjoy the videos embeded below. I also updated the "press page" of the ITSP website where I compiled the reviews of our PAX demo. Looks like we got thumbs up from everyone.
Speaking of the game, it is nearly done and it looks and sounds incredible, and is super fun to play! What a fantastic team Joe and I have working with us! True wizards!
For some strange reason, I couldn't embed the video interview from Giant Bomb. It is one of the better ones, so here's the link.
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