Shadow of the Eternals VETERAN GAME DESIGNER DENIS DYACK: ‘MOST OF THE DEVELOPERS I KNOW’ ARE PRO-GAMERGATEVeteran Game Designer Denis Dyack: 'Most of the Developers I Know' Are Pro-GamerGate - Breitbart #DyackInterview
When asked by Orselli about his inspiration for discussing #GamerGate, Dyack cited Amy Hennig, a fellow game developer on action-adventure game Legacy of Kain. The former Silicon Knights president stated that Hennig “felt people were painting a false narrative of the industry” before stating that he, himself, thought “the games industry is a great place for women to work in.”
Part 2 of the #DyackInterview is here:
nichegamer.com: Denis Dyack Interview Part 2 - #GamerGate, the IGDA, and Censorship | Niche Gamer
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Part 1 of a lengthy but fantastic interview that Denis did with Niche Gamer:
nichegamer.com: Denis Dyack Interview Part 1 - Yellow Journalism and What Really Happened with X-Men Destiny | Niche Gamer
Part 2 will be out on Monday 25th (just a couple of days!)
As always, we welcome all discussion!
Excerpt from the recent Niche Gamer interview, part 1 can be viewed here.
Part 2 will be released on Monday 25th May
"Please allow me to tell you things about the project that I have never talked about before. It’s been enough time now and I feel this needs to be fully addressed so we can move forward with Quantum . So, I already mentioned how far from the truth the article was, but just let me show you how far it really was.
The article accused us of taking money (or people) from the Activision project (X-Men Destiny) and putting it toward another project. That’s basically the accusation. So, to me, and I think to others in the industry who run development companies, it’s pretty obvious what happened as it’s not that uncommon, but to regular gamers who aren’t normally aware of the business side, I’d like to explain the background on what...
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