Recently, I have been featured on Dave Moran’s personal website with a set of questions on my background, interest, loves and what my hopes are for the gaming industry.
I’ve been on Twitter for a number of years now, and there are people on there who I have followed for absolutely ages, one of them is James Woodcock.
I’ve always enjoyed James’ work, especially things like 360Zine and his reviews sping to mind. I was lucky enough to ask him a few questions about his gaming habits and thoughts on the Xbox One and he kindly replied with some great answers that can be found below.
An Interview with… James Woodcock
To say I have been enjoying Halo 4 would be a bit of an unfair understatement. Although it has been a number of years since gamers have been able to enjoy the full ‘Master Chief’ experience in a new Halo title, even though it is no longer developed by Bungie and even though many of us had our reservations – Halo 4 has actually turned out to be one classy romp.
I can’t believe that in just half a day, I have managed to complete Transformers Fall of Cybertron on the Xbox 360. Although there are many enjoyable elements and improvements over the original title, the sequel falls short of providing some of the essential ingredients – with one area in particular causing much concern and disappointment.
Today we recorded Monster Cast #17, produced for the Console Monster website – covering news from all of the major players including Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo.
Featuring special guest Steve Lycett, Executive Producer from SUMO Digital to discuss his experiences developing for the Nintendo Wii U and their upcoming title Sonic & SEGA All Stars Racing Transformed.