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Submitted by jjdoyle 589d ago | interview

Tekken Interview: DLC And How Social Media Changed Harada’s Role As A Producer

"Tekken series producer Katsuhiro Harada, like many video game producers, is quite active on Twitter and often responds directly to fans. When Siliconera caught up with him, we talked about how social media changed his role as a producer and how early morning Tekken Tag Tournament 2 players led to creating Tekken Unlimited.

Harada-san, you spoke about DLC before and how you don’t want to make any Tekken characters paid content. Is limiting the amount of paid DLC difficult to do? Because we’re still getting costumes for Soulcalibur V.", writes Siliconera. (PC, PS3, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Wii U, Xbox 360)

Mocat  +   588d ago
Good stuff
Kalowest  +   588d ago
I love Katsuhiro Harada.
HardcoreGamer  +   585d ago
no mate.. i love katsuhiro harada. and his mother and his father. beat that
Kalowest  +   585d ago
Nope you can "beat that" by yourself.

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