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Submitted by Wiiloveit 982d ago | interview

Wiiloveit.com: Interview - Endgame Studios

"I'm told that game development can be an unforgiving field to work in, and the more I learn about the struggles smaller teams have had to go through, the more I realize the truth of those words. When you have a vision that you feel really strongly about and even have solid execution to accompany conceptual thought, to have your ideas shot down or otherwise be hampered at every turn can detrimentally affect your spirit and belief in what you've worked hard to see to fruition. These are feelings that Endgame Studios knows all too well." -- Wiiloveit.com (3DS, Dev, Endgame Studios, Fractured Soul, Industry, Nintendo DS)

GamePodunk  +   982d ago
Nice job! I love reading your interviews with these smaller developers because the big sites rarely ever cover them.

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