“If it’s 3am and you have to work the next day, but you’ve still got the urge to play again, you know you’re doing something right. You only have to walk through SuperBot’s studio and see all the staff being scolded to stop playing their own game and get back to work to know that they’ve really got something special cooking.”
Seth Killian writing on the PlayStation Blog about his new gig with Sony Santa Monica and PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
A gamer turned designer, Killian spent years mastering Street Fighter’s inputs only to end up being paid by Capcom for his input on the series. Now, Seth has been courted by Sony and put to work on their crossover fighting extravaganza as the title’s lead game designer, and his influence just may push All-Stars into the realm of fighting game legitimacy…well, as close to legitimacy as a game where Fat Princess slaps around Parappa can get. Suddenly, I’ve got a keenly interested eye planted on Sony’s surefire cash cow.