“I’m glad that in 2013 things have changed, and things are changing. People more and more, in the games industry, relate to female characters and that’s very important to me because movies and books have been portraying female characters for hundreds if not thousands of years, and I think it’s time our media grew up.”
“Capcom are thrilled to able to create the world’s first blood swimming pool…To non-zombies, the swimming pool will be shocking, gory and an incredibly disturbing experience – the perfect way to show that survival horror is back with a bang for Resident Evil Revelations”.
Capcom’s UK PR manager Adam Merrett on a promotional stunt to fill a pool with ‘blood’ and ‘gore’. (MCV)
“Given the lack of consensus in this thread alone, that should tell you what you needed to know. Suffice to say, there were very polarized opinions internally on this project as well.”
“The reasons we went for a prequel are pretty simple. We knew we wanted to go back to the ice and snow planet. This is something that people associate with the franchise and it’s something we really wanted to do. “
Lost Planet 3’s project lead Andrew Szymanski. (VG247)
“They’ve had some rad ideas but the execution’s pretty lacking. But I got a chance to really hear a lot about why that was and how they weren’t necessarily supported in achieving their vision. They learned a lot from their mistakes. They’ve changed the team and brought in new management, brought in new leadership and a new creative direction and everything like that.”
Capcom’s Lost Planet 3 producer Andrew Szymanski gives Spark a loaded compliment. (Videogamer)