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Rainbow Moon (PS4) Interview - 2016

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We had the pleasure of getting a interview with Marcus Pukropski, CEO of SideQuest Studios, about Rainbow Moon.

Interactive Studio Management Interview - Part 2

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In part 2, we continue our interview with Clyde Grossman, Co-Founder and Katie Morgan, Managing Director about Interactive Studio Management. Katie Morgan was recently named the new Managing Director for Interactive Studio Management, Press Here for the full story.

InstaKitty 3D Interview

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We had the pleasure of getting a interview from Michael Levine the founder and lead dev at HappyGiant Games.

Gunscape Interview

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We had the pleasure of getting a interview from Ben Lee, who is the Co-founder and managing director of Blowfish Studios.

Interactive Studio Management Interview - Part 1

Written by Jazzking2001 - Owner on . Posted in Public Relations/Marketing/Adve Company Interviews

We had the great pleasure of getting an interview with Clyde Grossman, Co-Founder and Katie Morgan, Managing Director about Interactive Studio Management. Katie Morgan was recently named the new Managing Director for Interactive Studio Management, Press Here for the full story.

Black Desert Online Interview

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We had the pleasure of getting an interview from Rick van Beem, Marketing Manager at Daum Games.

Just Cause 3 Review

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I must start off by saying that I have never played any of the Just Cause games. I do recall reading about Just Cause 2, prior to its release in early 2010. From what I can tell about the series, it’s very similar to another open world, action-adventure game that I enjoyed completely, Saints Row 4. Thus, does Just Cause 3 remind me why open world games are so fun, in that you can do anything and everything you want? Or is it just another attempt from a publisher to milk a beloved franchise?