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Wandersong, a game we love, is getting a physical release by way of Limited Run Games, so I got in touch with Greg Lobanov to talk a bit about it. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Hi, Greg! Good to have you back with us at PS4Blog.net. How are you doing today?
I’m doing well! I had a really wonderful time seeing people react to Wandersong’s one year anniversary. It feels really special to have made something that connected with so many people.
Slime-San will be betting a physical release thanks to Limited Run Games, so I got in touch with Fabraz to talk about this highly anticipated release.
PS4Blog: Morning! Thank you for joining us this morning. Could you please get us started by telling our readers a bit about yourself and your work?
G’morning! My name’s Fabian Rastorfer and I’m the founder of Fabraz and the lead designer of Slime-san! A game that released to the Switch with great success and is now getting a sexy retail copy thanks to Limited Run Games!
We’re currently working on a review for Saturday Morning RPG on Nintendo Switch, so I got in touch with Limited Run Games to talk about it and other physical Nintendo Switch releases the team has in store for 2018 and beyond!
PS4Blog: Hi Doug! Good to have you back with us at PS4Blog.net. How’s your day going?
Douglas: It’s going great! Thank you so much for the interview! I brought Josh along with me!
We’re big fans of having the option of buying physical copies for our video game collections, so we got in touch with Douglas Bogart of Limited Run Games to chat a bit about the company’s journey and their next release.
PS4Blog: Hi! Welcome to PS4Blog.net. Good to have you with us. How are you doing today?
Hi! Thank you for chatting with me!
PS4B: Limited Run Games has grown considerably since the day you and Josh got started with the whole thing as a sort of Hail Mary Pass for Mighty Rabbit Studios. How has the whole process of signing indie studios to be part of the LRG family of games changed over the last three years? How many people are currently employed at LRG to keep up with the demand for each release on the company’s site?