WTMG's Leo Faria:
"I’ve talked in the past about my weird passion with licensed games. I completely understand they are not always the exemplary case of a ten out of ten title that will be remembered for years to come, but something about their existence and the novelty of playing a game based on something that has originated in another kind of medium, has always fascinated me. In this particular spectrum, British publisher Outright Games reigns supreme as the king of modern licensed games, focusing entirely on releasing titles based on cartoons, movies, and other family-friendly franchises, such as Paw Patrol, How to Train Your Dragon, and Crayola.
I had the chance of interviewing two members of the Outright Games team, Business Development Manager Terry Malham-Wallis and Executive Producer Loz Doyle, to find out more about the company’s history, its business strategy, and its plans for the future."