Aegis, a new indie 16-bit platformer/tower defense game, is about to launch into its Kickstarter and Steam Greenlight campaign, so we sat for a chat with the developers at Studio Guts to see what we can expect from their new title.
GenGAME Interviews Epic Minds: Midora Is An Ambitious Evolution of Classic Zelda Gameplay For a New Generation
Recently I caught wind of Midora, a Zelda-inspired game on Kickstarter. As a huge Zelda fan, I was naturally interested, so I caught up with Epic Minds game director Mhyre to find out exactly what Midora is all about. A detailed and intriguing backstory, a magic system that combines combat and puzzle solving, an expansive,… Read more »
I was very lucky to interview Tinker Games, developer of upcoming title Pale Blue. This is the tale of Ellen, a normal girl who ended up live her life bringing fear and chaos upon this world; brawling every single heroes thrown at her, and carry the burden as nemesis of the mankind. Loving the genius idea… Read more »
If you’ve been following all of our E3 news and coverage, you know we’ve been teasing an interview between GenGAME sister site Zelda Dungeon and Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma at E3. GenGAME/Zelda Dungeon owner Mases Hagopian and I had the privilege to sit down the man in charge of Zelda, as well as two members… Read more »
As part of our E3 coverage, the Zelda Dungeon/GenGAME staff got the opportunity to interview Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma, and we’ve posted a few teasers from that interview over the past few days. The full interview will be available at Zelda Dungeon soon, but we’ve got one last teaser for you today. We know Zelda… Read more »
During our time at E3, we got the chance to sit down for an interview with Zelda producer Eiji Aonuma (as well as two members of the Hyrule Warriors development team) and pick his brain about a variety of topics, including his quest to ‘rethink the conventions’ of Zelda. This topic in particular led Mases,… Read more »
The Zelda community has been in an uproar of confusion and wild speculation following series producer Eiji Aonuma’s comments the other day that the character who we saw in the Zelda Wii U reveal trailer was possibly not Link. Aonuma has since clarified, and it turns out Link really is just Link.
Today we teamed up with our parent site, Zelda Dungeon, for an exclusive interview with Eiji Aonuma. During the interview, Mr. Aonuma discussed a lot about Hyrule Warriors. For example, did you know that the development team originally considered adding a traditional Zelda-style dungeon, complete with puzzles? In the end, however, they decided against it,… Read more »
SumoBoy is an adventure game set in a fictional world inspired by Japanese culture. There are five unique worlds within Seishin where the player can take Oji to fight enemies and overcome puzzles. SumoBoy is a game about anti-bullying and having an unlikely hero like Oji is a great spin on the classic heroic take-all-comers… Read more »
I sat down with Axeforge Games and got to ask the developers a few questions about their game which is currently on Kickstarter; Diablowing. Diablowing is a shoot em’ up game with RPG elements in it’s item selection and ship customization. Since I’m a fan of shoot em’ up games I had some very specific… Read more »
I was lucky enough to talk to Paige Marincak, creator of an upcoming RPG. Gataela is a multilingual, multi-platform, JRPG-inspired RPG for iPad, Android, Playbook and Windows tablets, where saving the Kingdom requires more than just brains and brawn. The game will feature 2 battle systems, the traditional turned based as well as an interesting debate-inspired… Read more »
Following the recent announcement that Kinect will no longer be an essential part of the Xbox One, some developers have given their thoughts on what this means for them. Making the device optional will greatly decrease the target audience of motion-based games, which isn’t good news for the people creating these titles. Harmonix, developers of upcoming… Read more »