In recent months, YouTube channel Kiwi Talks has been interviewing former members of the Metroid Prime development staff at Retro Studios. We previously covered his interview with Lead Designer Mike Wikan, which included a look at how Nintendo oversaw plot changes. Kiwi Talks released another interview over the weekend, this time with Clark Wen, who served as Audio Director on Metroid Prime 1 and 2. There’s lots of good behind-the-scenes info, especially if you’re passionate about audio design. Most interestingly, Wen discusses the mystery of Samus’s voice actress and Nintendo’s concern over placeholder grunts being too sexual. Check out the […]
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