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The Legend of Zelda Symphony of Goddesses Exclusive Interview with Jason Michael Paul and Chad Seiter

The term "Video game Symphony" may have at one time been an oxymoron. However, thanks to pioneers such as Jason Michael Paul, Japan (in general) and fans the world over it is becoming a viable option for music and video game fans alike.

This time at Shogun Gamer we were able to sit down with two of the men making “The Legend of Zelda, Symphony of the Goddesses” possible. Both Jason Michael Paul (JMP) the CEO of Jason Michael Paul productions, and Chad Seiter (CS) the Music Director for the show gave us some of their thoughts on the symphony.

Deep Black Developer Interview

One thing that I find cool about the video game industry is that we can nearly see anything brought to life.  Outside of budget boundaries there’s not much holding back developers from seeing their dreams or vision come true whether it’s grounded in a sense of reality or is some flight of fancy that is entirely cartoony.  Developers may still be beholden to publishing partners or what the industry climate is when it comes to developing a game, but sometimes a studio will simply go for what their passion project is and see it through to the end.

Cyber Gaming StarCraft II Tournament #5, and the Winner is!

Last week Cyber Gaming teamed up with Memory Express for the latest installment #5 in their StarCraft tournament series. Luckily we at Shogungamer were there to cover this amazing tournament  This tournament was deffinetley a step in the right direction.

TERA Hands-on and Interview [PAX Prime 2011]

During our trip down to PAX we were invited out to En Masse’s studio for a look at the upcoming TERA. You might remember that our team previously checked out TERA at EAST, had some pretty kindly things about the game when he saw it back at PAX East… so with the opportunity to check it out ourselves presented, we made a point to swing by their offices and check things out.

Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes HD - Exclusive Interview

We often don’t see games make the jump from the Nintendo 3DS to the HD consoles but in the rare instances that they do it usually results in a dreadful port for all the obvious reasons.  Games that are meant for the handhelds just don’t have that same immediate connection when played on a big TV with a controller in your hands but that isn’t true of Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes HD.  The PS3/Xbox 360 adaptation of the hit 2009 Nintendo DS game, Clash of Heroes HD is a game that while thoroughly beautiful to look at is extremely old-school with its intense turn-based combat.

Exclusive Tommy Tallarico Interview

Why you will love Tommy Tallarico: GAMER OR NOT.

For those out there looking for a hero, seeking that special someone to look up to or even just in need of an icon to pray to at night. I’d like to introduce you to the genius that is Tommy Tallarico. I’ve been a huge fan of Tommy’s for decades and wanted to help spread the word of just whom this industry giant is and what he’s got up his sleeve for you (and your grandma). Tommy and I recently chatted over the phone and this is the contents of our conversation. 

Exclusive Unbound Saga Interview

These days it’s almost rare to see an old-school side-scrolling brawler pop up.  Brawling games in general still have a place in gaming today, but often they’re not of the old-school variety and instead are regular 3D beat-em-ups.  Over the years we've see a few side-scrolling brawlers pop up on the consoles but it’s definitely a rare thing, just like every other remnant of the old late 1980s, early 1990s era of gaming.

Live action Pokemon movie (Full HD Trailer) and interview with its creators [Pokemon Apokelypse]

Last week we posted leaked footage of a live action, dark, gritty Pokemon movie. After a week of sleuthing, we finally managed to get the full story of the project. We are able to confirm there is not a Hollywood budgeted production of Pokemon happening. 

Custom Daft Punk Helmet by Mr.KRIX

We at Shogungamer have continually showed our love to the fan Art genre. Be it through Paper craft rundowns to custom Ironman armor features. We love getting a chance to see what a little hard work and a whole lotta determination can accomplish in the right set of hands.

Shank Interview with Jamie Cheng, founder and CEO of Klei Entertainment

In this day and age it’s rare that we see 2D side-scrolling action games pop up. Sadly the genre that was once so popular in video games has become a niche of sorts on consoles or the go-to genre for web based games.  But the genre is slowly making a comeback with Klei Entertainment’s action filled game Shank at the forefront.

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