Wet developers Behaviour used to be known as Artificial Mind & Movement. Then they shortened that to A2M (which has an alternate, rather NSFW meaning). And that's why they're now known as Behaviour.
Not only does 505 Games' upcoming killer bear game have multiplayer, it has game modes that actually promote strategic thinking and cooperation. Who knew?
My opinion of Naughty Bear just went up several notches.
The CEO of Artificial Mind & Movement - the studio behind WET and the PSP build of Danté's Inferno - said at a development conference that the ESRB is easily manipulated and that publishers take advantage of it.
Unfortunately, the video, which was recorded by the folks at Bethesda, didn't pick up my voice at all. I think my microphone must have been turned off. I really apologize for my missing questions, fortunately you can hear the answers just fine: In order, here's what I asked about: