Tag Archives: paul crocker
Tue, Sep 20, 2011 | 04:06 BST
I know I’m not alone in my love for the Scarecrow, which is why recent comments from Rocksteady are a little unnerving. Speaking on developing Arkham City, the future of Dr. Crane in the upcoming sequel seems uncertain.
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Fri, Sep 04, 2009 | 10:22 BST
Bit of a humdinger this week. We were lucky enough to get Capcom US’s senior business chap Christian Svensson and Unity ubermeister Chris Kramer on the phone for a brilliant chat about all the firm’s major products: tons of news in there, so definitely listen.
In addition, British development refused to be outdone, you’ll be glad to hear, with Arkham Asylum’s lead narrative guy Paul Crocker giving us ten minutes of everything bat. The interviews are back-to-back.
This one’s quite long, so for ease:
- 0-14.29 – Pat, Steph and Nathan on PS3 Slim, Take-Two’s Natal announcement, Blizzcon, Nathan sounding like a broken robot and Steph shouting about “slapping hookers”.
- 14.30-28.21 – Capcom’s Christian Svensson and Chris Kramer.
- 28.51-38.50 – Rocksteady’s Paul Crocker.
Fri, Sep 04, 2009 | 10:27 BST
The most obvious question in the history of obvious questions: is Rocksteady working on a sequel to the almost universally acclaimed Batman: Arkham Asylum? Shall we ask Paul Crocker, AA’s lead narrative designer? Oh, go on then.
“We’re just waiting to see if people like the game,” said Paul, speaking in this week’s VG247 podcast.
But surely the UK darling-of-the-moment’s putting together DLC for the original, right?
“We don’t talk about the DLC, I’m afraid,” Crocker added.
“The DLC”? You’ll just have to wait to see what that’s all about.