I just finished a lengthy interview with the AIAS in which I talked about a few things that there usually isn’t room for in the typical press interview, so I wanted to post a link. It also includes just a tiny, tiny hint of what’s coming next for me.
Here’s a more by-the-book interview in which I oafishly talk about Christopher Tin, the composer of Baba Yetu, without actually mentioning him by name. Sorry, Chris!
This interview was an off-the-cuff piece that came from just bumping into Gamespy’s Fargo at D.I.C.E.
Here’s a recap of my E3 panel on game franchises as well as a write-up of my GDC lecture on prototyping Civ 4.
And then there is this. I hope you’ll forgive me for posting it – I’m sure it’s the only time I’ll ever be on such a list.
Just wanted to thank you for Civ III. I love it. Will try to play Civ IV as soon as I have the time and good enough computer.
Keep up the good work.
Hey, that’s okay, Soren!