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Interview Underworld Ascendant Kickstarter Update #16: Chris Siegel & Steve Pearsall, Arvan Eleron Interview


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Tags: Chris Siegel; Gregory Wilson; OtherSide Entertainment; Paul Neurath; Underworld Ascendant

In the last Underworld Ascendant Kickstarter update for this week, Paul Neurath proudly announces that the game has been greenlit for Steam release after only a week, and also that the Kickstarter campaign now has over 9,000 backers. The update's main course is a video formally introducing senior producer Chris Siegel and also "jack of all trades" Steve Pearsall. What it doesn't mention, however, is Twitch personality Arvan Eleron's excellent interview with Paul from last night, which is what I'm going to post here:

The interview is around one hour long, with about forty minutes of questions from Arvan and another twenty with questions from viewers. After the initial introduction of the game's basic design principles, things get pretty interesting, with questions from Arvan about the controversy surrounding the game's co-op stretch goal, about why the Kickstarter campaign isn't going as well as expected, and about OtherSide's scope management skills in face of a fairly low development budget. Definitely check it out if you have the time.

Crescent Hawk

Jul 10, 2014
They seems to have all the nice people an concepts on board, but its not easy to make another fps rpg game. I wish them the best. If somebody pointed a gun to my head and asked for my all time favourite game, I would probably blurt out Thief.

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