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No More Strokefests For Gamecock, Says Seropian

Alexander "The Man" Seropian, cofounder of Bungie and later Wideload Games, currently working on Hail to the Chimp to be published by Gamecock next year, gave an interview to Armchair Empire this week. Sounds like the interviewer was expecting to hear a lament about how E3 was crucial for new, small developers like Wideload, but instead, Seropian heaves a sigh of relief:

As a developer, E3 brought its share of excitement. There’s a lot of attention put on the industry and if you’ve got something that’s debuting or being shown, it’s very exciting. But more often than not, it ends up being a huge drain on resources to focus and to prepare for an event that really, from a developer’s perspective, did not seem to serve any purpose whatsoever. It was really a big strokefest for the publishers to see who could make the most noise.

What Seropian does say means a lot for small independent developers is original intellectual property. For the details, read the entire interview; plenty of interesting things there, although the only thing about HttC is a promise for more information soonish.

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