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Report article RSS Feed Noesis Presents ModDB TV: A ModDB Interview

Meet the two head honchos behind ModDB as they head in front of the camera for the first time.

Posted by stenchy on Jun 8th, 2008

Here we go with yet another video feature! We so crazy! The guys over at Noesis have kindly partnered with us to get some footage from in and around the modding scene. Last February at GDC, they had the chance to track down a few mods teams and ask them a few questions on tape. Over the coming weeks, we'll dole out the footage and see how it all pans out. If you guys like it, we'll do more. If not, well... can you do better!? Heh, didn't think so.

The first in the GDC series is an interview with Scott and myself. We took the time out of our hectic schedule to answer a few questions they had about this site and its future.

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kinesis916 Jun 8 2008 says:

That was pretty interesting. I liked it. I wish I still had wonderful locks like Mr Anderson. Shame you waited so long for this to come to us, it would have been nicer a while ago.

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stenchy Jun 8 2008 replied:

I just recently cut them all off :(

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J.B. Jun 10 2008 replied:

Haha! my locks are many times more wonderful! Seriously the chicks LOVE my hair... dont even use that much conditioner.... anyways yeh it was pretty interesting. I didn't start using moddb until about... 2 years ago but its still interesting to see how it evolved.

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INtense! Staff
INtense! Jun 8 2008 says:

Damn it is painful watching yourself on video (I dont want to promote this haha)! This is slightly dated (GDC a few months back) but I hope everyone enjoys, thanks to Noesis for the interview.

More coming soon!

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Betelgeuze Jun 8 2008 says:

uhm the video doesn't work for me :S
it turns white when I want to play it.

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qdog Jun 8 2008 says:

Very nice interview! Good to see you guys on screen!

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Wills Jun 8 2008 says:

Nice video guys! Interesting stuff!

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Kamikazi[Uk] Jun 8 2008 says:

Cool video :D

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DJ-Ready Jun 8 2008 says:

Nothing particularly interesting int he video but it was a good watch anyways :)

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OkeiDo Jun 8 2008 says:

Good stuff guys! Really looking forward to next MOTY now when you mention it :).

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BunnyJen Jun 8 2008 says:

That was interesting, you guys have cool accents lol ^_^ I look forward to MOTY too.

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Henley Staff
Henley Jun 8 2008 says:

Good Stuff :D

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dar_ Jun 8 2008 says:

Holy crap. The moddb staff is like, real, actual people. My mind is blown.

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BuZZeR Jun 8 2008 says:

Yours t-shirts is awesome! Where can I get one? :)

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Ennui Jun 8 2008 says:

stenchy you sure got you a nice set of pearly whites :P

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uberjager Jun 8 2008 says:

Great video!

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MODDBUSER Jun 8 2008 says:

What a couple of lame *****.

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INtense! Staff
INtense! Jun 8 2008 replied:

exactly my thoughts :P

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Malvado_Zombie[X] Jun 8 2008 says:

This is a good video :D

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rgkimball Jun 8 2008 says:

Fun interview. :) Personally I prefer 'Mod Database' over 'Mod DB', but call it what you like, it's home.

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Crispy Jun 9 2008 replied:

I always call it M-O-D-D-B in my head (like some sort of weird talkshow radio channel!)

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leilei Jun 9 2008 says:

scotts hair is the best

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Crispy Jun 9 2008 says:

Well I have to say that since v4 and stenchy joining the team the site has gone from strength to strength.

I'm liking the way all the new editorial content is coming together. The Modcasts are quality and the monthly spotlight is a great idea. Also candid, undoctored, in-game footage from Stenchy for the Eternal Silence v3.0 sneak-peek really helped get a feel for how it's played (even though I already played the first release). Please keep up this approach for future sneak-peeks.

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sbnewsom Jun 9 2008 says:

Very nostalgic. Damn, Moddb sure had grown so much! Scott, please me a little more narcissistic. You just the best!

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Knights Jun 9 2008 says:

Fantastic interview, always wondered how this site evolved into this.

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scratch Jun 10 2008 says:

And here i thought the moddb staff consists of alien overlords making us like whatever they do. Good job with the masks. ;-)

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razorb Jun 10 2008 says:

heh nice nice :) gj guys

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Myriad Jun 27 2008 says:

Great interview guys! You couldn't ask for a better mod site than moddb.com. Plug, plug...lol.

Great job!

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doublethink Feb 25 2009 says:

Cool to put a face to the voices on the audio stuff you guys do.

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