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Submitted by moogle84 1043d ago | podcast

1up Podcast: Vic Ireland Discusses Kickstarter and the resurgent RPG

Former Working Designs boss joins the Games, Dammit! podcast crew to talk about his crowd-funded localization venture on Kickstarter and the future of JRPGs. Victor Ireland also discussed lots of memories about his gaming past including his inspiration for localizing many import gems. (Class of Heroes, Class of Heroes 2, Class of Heroes 2G, Culture, Gaijinworks, Kickstarter, MonkeyPaw Games, PS Vita, PS3, PSP, Retro)

Skywalker123  +   1043d ago
he is so smart and tells it how it is
Task  +   1042d ago
He's always been a classy guy, and usually pretty nice. I remember when Working Designs was still around, a few of their employees were active on their Forums/Boards amongst other places. They were always pretty pleasant to be around. It's cool when the Staff interact with us consumers, especially so when they aren't complete jerks.

I really miss Working Designs, that's why I enjoy XSEED, because they have so many similarities.
almehdaaol  +   1043d ago
LUNAR. It needs to return.

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