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Re: Which developers or studios would be cool for retrospect

by Jagosaurus Sun May 28, 2017 7:37 pm

marurun wrote:Warp, SuperWarp, and Kenji Eno have actually been well-covered. Eno was always ready to talk and was famous (and notorious) for bucking the "way things are done" in Japan.


Fair enough. Definitely depends on the goal of the article. I'd imagine 50% of the users here have never heard his name but know of his games. He's an interesting one for sure.

I'd like to read the Capcom type articles because there's so much history across multiple platforms, including the arcade.
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Re: Which developers or studios would be cool for retrospect

by BoneSnapDeez Sun May 28, 2017 8:14 pm

Defunct RPG developers.

Micro Cabin
Xtalsoft
Almanic
Produce
Pandora Box
Birthday
T&E Soft
And so on...
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Re: Which developers or studios would be cool for retrospect

by Jagosaurus Sat May 02, 2020 12:51 pm

Where did this ever land? Did I miss any entries? Think it would be a cool series.

I agree 100% on Microcabin. I'd like to know more about them.

Worth noting the Kenji Eno vid below from 6 months ago has over 75K views. I still think that's a solid topic ppl are searching for. I wouldn't do it first, but would be a solid addition to round out a series.

https://youtu.be/i3TrfyNTcB8
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Re: Which developers or studios would be cool for retrospect

by racketboy Sat May 02, 2020 12:54 pm

I actually don't remember what approach I was planning on taking with this.... :shock:
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Re: Which developers or studios would be cool for retrospect

by PresidentLeever Sat May 02, 2020 3:38 pm

Whatever HG101 hasn't covered I suppose. I'll try to think of some.

Edit: Whoopsie.
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Re: Which developers or studios would be cool for retrospect

by Anapan Sun May 03, 2020 1:14 am

US Gold (British company)
Hi Tech Expressions (the DOS Pit of Despair)
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Re: Which developers or studios would be cool for retrospect

by racketboy Sun May 03, 2020 10:44 am

PresidentLeever wrote:Whatever HG101 hasn't covered I suppose. I'll try to think of some.

Edit: Whoopsie.


Yeah, I feel like between HG101 and some of the better Youtubers out there, some of this stuff might have been covered already.
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