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May 2015

King Baby Duck welcomes to the show Antagonist producer Anders Hillestad, who is working on a new third-person survival horror game called Through the Woods (which you can help become a reality by donating to their Kickstarter here). A gorgeous game

With the level of interest in visual novels in the West increasing, some Western developers have sought to answer that demand by making their own. The Way We All Go is such a game. Using many familiar elements of the

Nine years ago The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya premiered, and became an overnight sensation not just in Japan, but the rest of the world. It was the topic of many conversations, people were trying to learn the "Hare Hare Yukai"

A lesson on how to get games made right pops up after another successful Kickstarter from an industry veteran, showcasing why some AAA companies are doing it all wrong. King Baby Duck then sits down with Michael "Garoad" Kelly of Sukeban

I'll be honest when I say that the series Is It Wrong To Try & Pick Up Girls In A Dungeon? had me by name alone. As I was unfamiliar with Fujino Ōmori's original light-novel series, the visions of what

Free Comic Book Day has come & gone, whereas the whiners over Deflategate have King Baby Duck smacking them across the side for good measure. Plans are underway for Nintendo attractions at Universal Studios, and the Splatoon demo has our

Back at PAX East a couple months back I stumbled across a Plants Vs. Zombies-styled game that featured many big indie bands playing their hearts out in order to save the world. Created by Pop Sandbox, LOUD on Planet X was a

King Baby Duck gets off the high of interviewing The World/Inferno Friendship Society frontman Jack Terricloth, taking time to clear the air in regards to some of the answers he gave to Jack's questions. A fiery rage spews through as news

Three months ago I wrote a scathing review of Kunihiko Ikuhara's newest anime series Yurikuma Arashi, declaring that he had lost his mind and that his work with showcasing strong stories dealing with those in the LGBT community had been

It's loud and raucous at the Middle East, a perfect setting for this special episode of One-On-One featuring the masterful Jack Terricloth of The World/Inferno Friendship Society! For the first time a new form of interviewing emerges with a flip of