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Submitted by gooney121 376d ago | interview

Quitting your job to create an RPG – Interview with Disastercake’s Mike Gale about Soul Saga

Boss Dungeon's Tobiichi Karlsson interviews Mike Gale of Disastercake Games about the upcoming Soul Saga as well as how Gale went from quitting his job at Microsoft to work on an RPG. (Dev, Industry, PC, PS Vita, PS4, Wii U)

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dark-kyon  +   376d ago
good interview,loking forward to the game.
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MG: my professional work experience comes from my time at Microsoft where I had my hand in many games such as Gears of War 3, Age of Empires Online, Fable 3, and a bunch of others.

TK: That’s some pretty big name titles right there, did any of your work on the games at Microsoft help influence your look on game development as a whole?

MG: Yup, it made me quit my job and start my own small company. I realized those types of companies weren’t the reason I am passioante about games.
gooney121  +   375d ago
Yeah, that was awesome! Mike Gale's really cool, honestly.

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