Tom Crago

Mass Effect 3 Wii U: Straight Right being ‘very gentle’

The Wii U’s unique hardware features and unfamiliarity mean Straight Right has more than a simple port on its hands with Mass Effect 3. We spoke to founder Tom Crago about working on one of this generation’s most important franchises.

8 years ago

Tom Crago headlines

  • Mass Effect 3 Wii U dev has "two other titles in development" for the console

    Mass Effect 3 isn’t the only Wii U title based on a large franchise Straight Right is working on, according to studio boss Tom Crago. Speaking with Eurogamer, Crago said the studio also has its own IP in the works for the console, as well as a Wii U title based on “another big franchise” […]

    8 years ago
  • Risen being refused classification in Australia is ridiculous, says GDAA president

    Reaction to Risen being refused classification in Australia has caused the president of the Game Developers Association of Australia to describe the rating system as “awful”, “ridiculous” and “antiquated”.“We are once again caught in this awful, ridiculous web of the antiquated classification system that we all have to endure,” Tom Crago stated in a radio […]

    11 years ago
  • Crago: LA Noire is a year away, 360 and PS3, is massive

    Tom Crago, the CEO of Tantalus and the president of the Game Developers’ Association of Australia, spilled some beans on Team Bondi-developed LA Noire at GC Asia yesterday, saying the mysterious Rockstar title is likely to have one of the biggest development budgets of any game. Ever.Crago said the game’s “got – I’d suggest – […]

    12 years ago
  • Oz dev head calls for "immediate implementation of an R18+ games rating"

    Writing for ABC News, Game Developers’ Association of Australia head Tom Crago has called for Australia’s “unjustified and draconian censorship” of videogames to be called into check.“The focus of this debate should be upon how the Australian classification system can best give adults the information they need to chose video game content for themselves and […]

    12 years ago