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Destructoid Interview: Battlefield Bad Company Edition

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345w ago - Not too long ago our resident shark - also known as CTZ - brought you impressions on his hands-on experience with Battlefield: Bad Company.

Not only did we get to play the game, we also got the opportunity to talk with Jamie Keen, producer, to talk a bit more about the game's development.

To find out Jamie's thoughts, as well as the company's reaction to the Internet matlockery that followed the announcement of their pay to play weapons, check out the video below. Enjoy!




 

Take-Two: No GTA IV glitches whatsoever in Video Interview

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346w ago - The controversial fourth version in the series hit stores a week ago, with Strauss Zelnick, ZelnickMedia, Take-Two Interactive chairman and CNBC's Michelle Caruso Cabrera.

When asked if there are any glitches in the game, Zelnick nervously smiled and replied - "No, No, No, uh, none whatsoever. The only issue is someone came up to me in a restaurant and said my thumbs are hurting from the weekend.."

Video is HERE courtesy of CNBC!
 

Resident Evil 5 Famitsu Interview with Takeuchi-san

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349w ago - Japan's Famitsu magazine recently conducted a video interview with Jun Takeuchi, the producer of Resident Evil 5, and we now have the video complete with English subs for your viewing pleasure!

In addition to the interview, the video include a brief introduction into the history of the Resident Evil series, many first-ever shots of actual gameplay, and also includes some behind the scenes development sneak peeks.

Video can be seen HERE!
 

Complete Interview - What's to Come for Xbox 360

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356w ago - We know, right now half of you are scratching your heads wondering "who the hell is John Schappert?"

He's the new Peter Moore, minus the tats, facial hair and accent.

Michael McWhertor and Brian Crecente got to sit and talk to him about what's to come from Xbox 360, LIVE and all sorts of stuff like that.

This isn't some 2-minute clip, so make sure to dim the lights and pour yourself a glass of wine before partaking. The satin robe is optional.

The complete Interview video can be seen here!
 

Interview with a Wii hacker

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360w ago - AtomicPC have conducted a lengthy interview (linked above) with Bushing, the developer who is now well-known within the bounds of the Wii homebrew scene thanks to his discovery of the first-ever Wii exploit.

Recently Bushing and crew modified a save game from Zelda: Twilight Princess to boot homebrew code. In the interview, Bushing reveals that they are working hard to tweak this hack so that users can easily boot code from an SD card on an unmodified Wii.

To quote: Yes. We did our first public demo at 24C3, right after Christmas. There, we showed a really crude demo that we made by taking a game disc and modifying it – just enough to prove that we'd modified it. (The proof here is a big deal because so many people make this shit up – there have been at least 4 fake demos of people claiming to do similar things in the past month.)

Still, that required some pretty ugly hacks to pull off, but it was still the first time anyone had even gotten that far. Recently, we've been leveraging that experience to try to find cleaner hacks that we can release.

We're working on a special savegame for Zelda: Twilight Princess that will exploit a bug in the way it handles character names, and eventually let you boot code from an SD card. Hopefully.

The future is looking bright...
 
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