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Meet Matthew Hunt, one of the people behind the slick video game trailers we see at E3 and on YouTube every time a publisher is ready to show off their game.
Look behind you, a three-headed monkey! No, wait, that’s just Ron Gilbert, here to answer your questions on Kotaku today.
David Brevik, one of the original creators of Diablo and the current CEO of Gazillion Entertainment (Marvel Heroes), is here to answer your questions today.
Game designer Chris Hecker, best known for his long-in-development game SpyParty and for his consistently insightful comments on the video game industry, is here to answer your questions.
Curious about what it’s like to play video games for a living? Want to know how grueling—or how satisfying—it can be to work as a QA tester for major video game companies?
In January, Greg Miller quit his cushy job at IGN to go indie.
Meet Jordan Thomas, a veteran game designer who’s worked on games like BioShock and South Park: The Stick of Truth. He’s here to answer your questions today.
Three years ago, Tim Schafer raised over $3 million on Kickstarter, and today he’s finally here to deliver what he promised: a Q&A with Kotaku.
What can change the nature of a man? Just ask Chris Avellone, the writer behind some of the greatest role-playing games ever made, including Planescape: Torment, Fallout II, and Knights of the Old Republic II. He’s here today to take your questions.
Today on Kotaku Asks we’ve got a very special treat: a professional public relations person is here to answer your questions about what it’s really like behind the scenes at a major video game publisher.
Talk to just about anyone who works in gaming about the message board NeoGAF and you’ll hear the same thing said, often with shame, every time: “Oh yeah, it’s, uh, a guilty pleasure.”
Want to know what it was like to translate the wacky Metal Gear Rising? Want to find out how long it took to get Fire Emblem: Awakening to U.S. shores? Today’s a good day to get answers.
Three top people from BioWare, one of the world's most acclaimed RPG studios, are here to answer your questions this afternoon.