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PAX East 11: Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack Developer Interview

By Jon I in Interviews

Hey everybody, check out and enjoy my first ever in-person live interview. Though I have conducted interviews with Indie and larger devs before this was my first up-close-and-personal and I think it turned out pretty well. The Boston Convention Center was extremely loud and rocking at PAX East 2011 in Boston so listen close as me and Brad Johnson from Be-Rad Entertainment break down the ins and the outs of the demo build of Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack shown off at the event.

You will even catch a glimpse of some epic gameplay footage!

 

“Serious Sam 3 is on its way and to celebrate that Devolver Digital recently announced their Serious Sam indie series! Hitting the Android and iOS store as part of this deployment is Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack from Be-Rad Entertainment. In this game the roles are reversed as you take upon yourself the goal of the enemy. Check out my interview with the Founder of Be-Rad Entertainment and the mind behind Serious Sam: Kamikaze Attack, with off-screen gameplay footage included!”

Be on the lookout for my follow-up interview with Brad coming soon!

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