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Interview with Ron Gilbert 04 Sep, 2010 / 8 comments

After the release of DeathSpank, Kroms went on a quest to find Ron Gilbert and ask him some important questions. The day he waved goodbye was the last time he was ever seen by a mortal soul.

Though Kroms disappeared, it seems he was successful as the following interview appeared in Mojo's mail box on a tattered piece of paper.



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    GozzoMan on 07 Sep, 2010, 08:31…
    Very interesting interview :)

    As much as I love DeathSpank as it is, I had probably loved much more the originally intended game.
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    Nillerus on 05 Sep, 2010, 10:01…
    Was I the only one that read "I, Ron Gilbert, will be releasing a slew of oldschool adventure games for the iPad"?

    Say it is so Ron!
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    Kolzig on 05 Sep, 2010, 06:36…
    Excellent interview! Thanks Kroms!

    This gives me hope on DeathSpank and also again featured a lot of fun stuff from Lucasfilm's past that I didn't know of. :-)

    It's always a pleasure to read Ron Gilbert interviews, the man is a class act.
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    Kroms on 05 Sep, 2010, 00:35…
    Disappear? Never. I'm more like the chicken, less like the smallpox.

    Glad you guys like the interview. A good chunk of Mojo's other dudes chimed in with the better questions, so thanks to you. And big thanks to Ron for his patience, and for his great answers.
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    valkian on 04 Sep, 2010, 21:26…
    Neat stuff indeed.
    I've noticed a few slightly wrong lines:
    "After only a day of brainstorming, it because clear that it wouldn't work because, as you stated, DeathSpank is who he is." that's probably a "became" that goes there.
    "Getting together with the two of them as a lot of fun." a little typo over there.
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    Jason on 04 Sep, 2010, 19:20…
    Excellent interview. Particularly cool to hear how the ill-fated Good & Evil somewhat seeped into the game. And I finally know how Ron feels about MI4!
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    Diduz on 04 Sep, 2010, 18:24…
    Okay, now some things about the "sequel" (ahem) are a bit clearer.
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    black_sheep on 04 Sep, 2010, 18:16…
    Great interview!

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