After the conclusion of Saturday’s events at NEC XII, Soulcalibur V director Daishi Odashima and Yoshi Utoh we able to take some time out of their day for a sit down interview conducted by BrewtusBibulus to answer various questions from the Soulcalibur community.
You can check out the interview along with keyframes after the break, or you can view the video by clicking on the icon to the right of this post if you are reading this from the front page.
Gnouz Corp has produced another amazing episode of Gnouz TV. In this second episode, the video covers the two tournaments that were held in partnership with Namco Bandai Games for the demo build of Soulcalibur V at Paris Games Week 2011.
The video includes an interview with SC2 legend DTN (Dan The Nightmare) who gives his thoughts on Siegfried and on his performance in the tournament. The video also contains interviews with Furzy, Chiyo, Hayate, Saitoh, Keev, Akire, Malek, Keysona (who wouldn't even let a 9 year old boy beat him in tournament), and many others.
Gnouz Corp has posted a video interview with Soulcalibur V producer Hisaharu Tago that was conducted at Paris Games Week which took place a few weeks ago. The video covers Namco’s presence at the annual event, Ezio, Dampierre, the emphasis on online play, possible arcade release, and Tago-san's dream crossover project.
If you haven’t seen the video already in the Media section, you can check it out after the break.
Recently, Kayane and Keysona had the opportunity to meet Soulcalibur V Producer Hisaharu Tago for an interview at Paris Games Week. The interviews cover topics such as how far the game is in development, the importance of community, online features, improvements over SC4, information on the newest characters, music, and story mode.
You can read more details about the interview on Kayane's blog, and check out the videos after the break.
As you know by now, Kayane had some hands-on time with Soul Calibur V at GamesCom in Cologne, Germany. In addition to the chance to be the first person outside of Namco to ever play the game, she also managed to snag an interview with the producer of the Soul Calibur series: Hisaharu Tago!
In the interview, Kayane and Tago talk a bit more specifically on Namco's future interest with the tournament community, including patching, arcade editions and how they will try to listen to the players. Tago also specifically calls out Hilde's "Doom Combo" as a point of shame for them in Soul Calibur IV. Kayane asks a lot of specific questions about returning characters: Tira, Maxi and Voldo.
Also... if you look carefully at the video, you can see 32 slots for characters!