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Design3 recently interview Scott Reismanis and Dave Traeger from DesuraNET!

Posted by Henley on Sep 15th, 2011

Back in early March 2011 at GDC, Design3 sat down with Scott and I to do a video interview on all the websites that make up the DesuraNET family.


Special thanks to the Design3 crew for taking the time to organise, record and edit this fantastic video. And yes ladies, Scott is available!

Oh look another interview with Nerd Age about ModDB and her sister sites! Nerd-age.com

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Kapukw
Kapukw Sep 15 2011, 12:44am says:

Why microphones hate Henley? Anyway good interview!

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altercuca
altercuca Sep 15 2011, 1:19am says:

really!!! mic it too far i think :P...cool interview guys

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cW#Ravenblood
cW#Ravenblood Sep 15 2011, 1:34am says:

And yes Ladies, Dave is available.

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Kai-Li
Kai-Li Sep 15 2011, 2:13am says:

Great interview. Sound is a little buggy.

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medve
medve Sep 15 2011, 2:53am says:

its a good interview, but next time dont record it next to a hurricane. by the way: i think most of us would love to see some regular videos from the main devs from moddb talking about themself the community and the future plans...for example video showcase about a new desura feature and stuff.

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Garyn Dakari
Garyn Dakari Sep 15 2011, 3:03am replied:

Agreed, I love video interviews and dev diaries :)

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Tatsur0
Tatsur0 Sep 15 2011, 7:26am says:

Thanks Design3 was a nice interview and Dave once again forcing ppl to bleep out words! (heh not like I didn't help with that in the past) Great interview.

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Henley Author
Henley Sep 15 2011, 11:13am replied:

Ahhh no that was Scott this time :P

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TBBiggs
TBBiggs Sep 15 2011, 7:28am says:

Great interview. Love what you guys have created with ModDB and continue to do with Desura and beyond. Well done.

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Admiral_Skeybar
Admiral_Skeybar Sep 15 2011, 7:52am says:

Nice!

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Sph!nx
Sph!nx Sep 15 2011, 8:41am says:

Yup, been enjoying this network for a long time time. Respect to you mates!!

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Ark_
Ark_ Sep 15 2011, 10:08am says:

Paused music. Turned up the volume to watch it. Finish watching, unpaused music. Nearly deafened myself.

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jjawinte
jjawinte Sep 15 2011, 1:36pm says:

A fine interview. Something I always enjoy. One things for certain; " mobile " development, as was touched on briefly, warrants very close attention.

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design3
design3 Sep 15 2011, 3:35pm says:

Our sincere apologies about the sound, our editor tried his best to rescue it :( we'd love the chance to redeem ourselves and do a more complete interview in the future :)

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Reactorcore
Reactorcore Sep 15 2011, 3:42pm says:

"Ridiculous"

Heh, that definition is as accurate as it can ever get. These guys know exactly what they are talking about. :D

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DuckSauce
DuckSauce Sep 15 2011, 4:53pm says:

That's a...
Wait for it...

Huge mouse cursor.

Edit: Henley also has my kind of hair.

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hogsy
hogsy Sep 15 2011, 4:59pm replied:

That's what she said.

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AshtonAndersen
AshtonAndersen Sep 15 2011, 6:15pm says:

Great Job, Scott and David!

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architectts
architectts Sep 15 2011, 7:26pm says:

I didn't know David and Scott were such damn handsome young chaps. I'd say my word to sum up game development is "Rewarding".

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CoS_Ethan
CoS_Ethan Dec 27 2011, 10:23pm says:

Great to watch this interview, thanks you guys.

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