If you follow Hideki Kamiya on Twitter, you might expect him to be an excitable, fast-talking conversationalist in person. He's pretty much the opposite. In fact, when he sat down for an interview at PAX last week, the man responsible for beloved action games Devil May Cry, Viewtiful Joe and Bayonetta barely even raised his voice.
He may be known for being an occasionally vulgar, rapid-fire personality on the short-form social network but the Japanese game designer proved to be thoughtful and measured in person. Kamiya was at PAX to talk about The Wonderful 101, the upcoming action-strategy hybrid coming to the Wii U on September 15. In his talk with Kotaku, the game designer talked about his inspirations for that title and why he’s so active on Twitter. He also wanted to know what I thought about him. Keep reading to find out.