Since we love conducting interviews, like to give back to our fans whenever we can and getting them involved with our antics whenever possible, we wanted to find a way to merge all of those things together, and we did.
We decided we’d reach out to some devs to see if they would be up for doing some Twitter based AMAs (Ask Me Anything) and last month, the devs that were up for doing the AMA was the majority of devs who make up the Wraith Games team and although the AMA took place a month ago today, the information that was shared is still relevant and worth revisiting! So with that though in mind, here is our late, but well worth it recap of our AMA interview with Wraith Games in photo form: Continue reading [Interview] Miketendo64 Twitter Based AMA with Wraith Games Recap
Last month we took to Twitter to host our first Twitter based AMA. An AMA that saw us put 13AM Game’s Alex Rushdy on the spot for all with a Twitter account to answer their every question and because we enjoyed it so much, we’re doing it again!
This time around though, instead of just dealing with a single member of staff, we’ll actually putting the majority of the Wraith Games staff under the spotlight and once again, we’re inviting all of YOU to ask Your questions, while we ask our own! Continue reading Miketendo64 Presents: An April 12th Twitter Based AMA with Wraith Games
If you have been following us this month, you’ll know full well that recently we’ve been doing a series of interview posts entitled An Ode to Wii U. Interviews which saw us talk with various developers on what they thought about the Wii U, that was then posted separately, but when we first come up with An Ode to Wii U, we actually wanted to post it as a singular piece and promised to do just that. Continue reading An Ode to Wii U (A Miketendo64 End of the Year Article)
Welcome to the first instalment of An Ode to Wii U, our newest interview series, which sees us talking to indie developers to see what they thought of the Wii U. Answering our questions in this particular piece is Jay Kidd of Wraith Games, an indie company who will be bringing Collapsus to both Wii U and 3DS: Continue reading An Ode to Wii U From Wraith Games (Interview)
With the Nintendo Switch revealed and interest in the Wii U waning, there’s no denying the fact that the Wii U is on its last legs, but that doesn’t mean the console isn’t loved! Continue reading An Ode to Wii U Series Announcement
If you read Part 1 of our Wraith Games interview, you’ll be able to get your Collapsus Masters degree, but due to focusing on that one particular game, the other games we asked and the answered we got back, went unused, until now! Continue reading Wraith Games: A Miketendo64 Interview Part 2 (A Lesson in Physix & More)
Ever heard of Wraith Games? I would hope so since we’ve already posted two articles pertaining to Wraith Games this week already. But just in case you haven’t, Wraith Games have created some interesting titles in the past and being so they are a Nintendo listened developers, they can guarantee some very interesting titles indeed are heading to Nintendo platforms, so if you’ve never played one of their games before, there is a great chance you will do in the coming months. Continue reading Wraith Games: A Miketendo64 Interview Part 1 (Fall in with Collapsus)
So quick recap. Yesterday the Nintendo Switch was unveiled, it looks incredible and we started emailing everyone we could to hear their reactions to and thoughts on Nintendo’s next home console as we got a few replies and now we’ve got another one to post about. Continue reading “The Nintendo Switch Looks Like a Boss!” Says Wraith Games