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Submitted by manasteel88 687d ago | interview

An Interview with Firebase Studios on Crafting Nostalgia

There was a time where playing a video game was something you left the house to do. Inside a dark building illuminated only by neon lights lay some of the best video games of the time. Games that would funnel your hard earned cash in to giant machines called plastered with game art. It is a time long forgotten, but two developers at Firebase Studios are looking to recreate the feeling of the arcade in the hot new indie game Arcadecraft. (Arcadecraft, Firebase Industries, iPad, iPhone, PC, Xbox 360)

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