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PixlTalk Developer Special 1: Alex Neuse

We chat with Alex Neuse from Gaijin Games about his gaming history, the Bit.Trip series, and what games he's been playing.

Alex Neuse from Gaijin Games took some time out of Bit.Trip-making schedule to talk about the Bit.Trip series and a whole lot more, including his testing past with Grim Fandango and Star Wars Episode 1: Racer, and his designing work on Gladius.

He also tells us about Michael Jackson and what recent games are catching his fancy.

Thanks to Alex Neuse for coming on the show!

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Edited by Neal Ronaghan.



Our Take

Nick DiMola Director

09/29/2009 at 03:16 PM

I sound like such a jackass here, constantly talking over Alex, but I promise it wasn't really like that! Basically with the audio getting a bit messed up, stuff is sort of out of sync.


10/11/2009 at 03:59 PM

I really enjoyed this special. I downloaded Beat when it first came out. I really enjoyed it, but got stuck on the second level. I hadn't planned to get Core, but after this podcast I've changed my mind. I'm also really looking forward to Void. So congrats--if nothing else you sold me a couple games!

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