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We’re working on a review for Rogue Singularity, so I got in touch with Considerable Content to talk a bit about this Nintendo Switch release. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Hi! Welcome. Could you please introduce yourself to our readers?
Rogue Singularity is the lovechild of Scott Beca and Edward Blanch. We are two friends who met in college back when we were both studying for completely different degrees. After we graduated we decided that rather than pursue normal careers we wanted to team up and make games together. We’ve done game jams, mobile games and can be regularly found at a variety of Melbourne Games events. Because of course we both like to keep more busy than is healthy we continued to work on Rogue Singularity while holding down full time game development jobs in Melbourne.
Anodyne will soon be out on Nintendo Switch, and Anodyne 2 is on its way, so I got in touch with Sean Han Tani to catch up on things. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Hi Sean! Good to have you back with us today. How are you doing?
Good! Tired… I just announced Anodyne on Switch, as well as put out the exclusive preview build for Anodyne 2 last month. And that’s just business stuff!
Other than that just trying to finish up teaching for the semester while finishing Anodyne 2, so pretty busy. I hope Anodyne 2 and Anodyne sell well so I can take a break… though, at the least, fan reception is amazing for both games! Here’s hoping.
Anodyne will be making its way to PlayStation 4 next month, so I got in touch with Analgesic Productions to talk about the game’s development for its PS4 release. Come check it out!
PS4Blog: Good morning! Thank you for joining us for this interview. Could you please get us started by telling our readers a bit about yourself and your work?
I’m Sean Han Tani. I’m an indie game developer, composer and college teacher of game design & game music.
I’m known for works like Anodyne and Even the Ocean, which have traditional gameplay with experimental flairs and a focus on character-driven storytelling, as well as experimental works like All Our Asias, which combines lo-fi PSX art styles with heavily layered narratives about race and Asia. Anodyne is quite popular, but Even the Ocean and All Our Asias deserve your love as well! Do check them out.