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Shadowgate is making its way to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 this year, so I got in touch with Dave Marsh from Zojoi to talk about the game’s development. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Hi Dave! Good to have you with us today. How are you doing?
I’m good! I appreciate you taking the time to chat with me.
SNK HEROINES ~Tag Team Frenzy~ is the latest fighter from the veteran SNK, this time focusing on a female-only cast. Does it have what it takes to capture your attention? Find out in our SNK HEROINES ~Tag Team Frenzy~ review!
8 Bit Adventure Anthology Vol. 1 is releasing next week for PlayStation 4, so we got in touch with Dave Marsh at Zojoi and Farah Nasri at Abstraction Games to talk about it.
PS4Blog: Welcome to PS4Blog.net! Thank you for taking the time to join us today. Could you please get us started by introducing yourself to our readers and telling them a bit about your work?
Dave Marsh: Sure. My name is Dave Marsh, and I’m the founder of a small indie game company called Zojoi. I started in the game industry in 1985 doing some art on the adventure title The Uninvited before developing Shadowgate for the mac. Along with my friend Karl Roelofs, we went on to port those games (as well as Déjà vu and Déjà vu II) to over ten different platforms before moving on to create titles for the SNES, TurboGrafx-16, and other consoles and platforms.
Farah Nasri: And my name is Farah Nasri! Early this year I started as a Junior Producer at Abstraction Games with a specialization in the Japanese language and culture. I had a leading role during this project and was overseeing the development to make sure we got top quality games that meet our standards. Until February this year, I was also a board member of a nonprofit organization called ‘Rangemu’ that aims to improve the connection between the Dutch and Japanese video game industries. Even though I’m only 26 years old and fairly new to the games industry, I’m definitely not unfamiliar with the classics before my time!
140 is a fun and clever old school musical puzzle platformer. It’s a test of your listening and patience abilities. The gist of 140 is that the platforming elements are linked to the beat of the music. The same goes for puzzles and all the hazards you encounter during the gameplay. Read our 140 review below for more information about this game!
Deadlight: Director’s Cut is set in 1986, in post-apocalyptic Seattle Washington. You play as Randall Wayne, a lone Survivor looking for his wife, Shannon, and his daughter, Lydia. Are you ready to learn more about this thrilling game? Then come check out our Deadlight: Director’s Cut Review!