Reviews on the Run
The Characters and Story of The Witcher 3
Marissa has a closer look at the story and characters in The Witcher 3 with gameplay designer Damien Monnier and environment artist Jonas Mattsson.
Making a Live Action Guitar Hero
Guitar Hero Live features new live-action visuals instead of traditional animated gameplay. Scott finds out how they did it with creative director Jamie Jackson.
The Tech Behind Star Wars: Battlefront
Jose has a closer look at the cutting-edge technology behind Star Wars: Battlefront with producer Craig Mcleod.
The New Direction of Guitar Hero Live
Scott hits the stage with Guitar Hero Live creative director Jamie Jackson to find out how the game is reinventing the series, and he also gets a hands-on look at the redesigned guitar controller.
Making Games at Ubisoft Toronto
Scott tracks down Ubisoft Toronto's new managing director Alex Parizeau to find out what it's like being in charge of the studio, and what they're doing to keep games fun and original.
Microsoft’s Chris Charla on ID@Xbox
ID@Xbox is Microsoft's new self-publishing program for indie game developers, making it easier for them to bring their titles to the Xbox One and Windows 10. Scott tracks down director Chris Charla to learn more.
Going 4V1 and F2P in Fable Legends
Fable Legends creative director David Eckelberry talks to Scott about the 4 vs 1 co-op in the game, and explains why they decided to go free-to-play.
Classic Interview: Peter Molyneux on Fable
If you want a look back at Fable's humble beginnings, we've got a classic interview with Peter Molyneux talking about the original game at E3 2004.
What Makes Gigantic So Gigantic?
Jose tracks down game developer Carter McBee to find out what makes the new PvP action game Gigantic so gigantic.
How to Go Pro in Call of Duty?
In our second story from the 2015 Call of Duty Championship, Marissa speaks with pro gamers and developers to find out what it takes to play Call of Duty professionally, especially with all the new gameplay enhancements in Advanced Warfare.
Preparing for Battle in Mortal Kombat X
Scott prepares for the launch of Mortal Kombat X by speaking with producer Erin Piepergerdes about the mortal combat in the game.
Ascending to New Heights with Call of Duty
Marissa reports from the floor of the recent Call of Duty Championship, and speaks with developers from Sledgehammer Games about the new Ascendance DLC for Advanced Warfare.
What’s New in Marvel Heroes 2015?
The heroic MMO Marvel Heroes has been revamped and updated with the new Marvel Heroes 2015 edition. Scott speaks with developer David Brevik to find out what's new.
Randy Pitchford on Borderlands: The Handsome Collection
Gearbox Software president Randy Pitchford talks to us about bringing Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel and Borderlands 2 to next-gen in The Handsome Collection.
Bringing Dark Souls II to Next-Gen
Jose speaks with Dark Souls II director Yui Tanimura to find out how they're bringing the game to the PS4 and Xbox One in the new Scholar of the First Sin edition.
Ride Is All About Motorcycles
No, Ride has nothing to do with the Tony Hawk game. It's a new motorcycle racing sim, and Marissa has a closer look with Bandai Namco's David Bonacci.
EP Daily Rundown – March 12, 2015
Things are getting gritty in the Rundown! Marissa and Scott go deep into the popularity and box office success of American Sniper, and discuss the surprising M for Mature rating given to Batman: Arkham Knight.
EP Daily Rundown – March 9, 2015
The Rundown has made its valiant return to EP Daily! Today, Vic and Marissa discuss three big topics: the next Spider-Man movie, virtual reality, and the new indie games coming to the Xbox One.
Being More Mature in The Witcher 3
Marissa talks with The Witcher 3 developers Damien Monnier and Jonas Mattsson about the story and characters in the game, and finds out how it caters to a more mature audience.
Masayuki Hirano on Dragonball XenoVerse
Jose talks with producer Masayuki Hirano about the story, characters, and gameplay in Dragonball XenoVerse, the first game in the franchise for the PS4 and Xbox One.
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