Started by Corporal Hicks, Jan 13, 2020, 06:36:48 AM
We have just uploaded the 100th episode of the Alien vs. Predator Galaxy Podcast (right-click and save as to download)! Our first episode of 2020 sees us hit the bit 1-0-0 milestone! For our 100th episode we wanted to do something a little special that focused on our own history so we tracked down Nathan Cheever, a developer who worked on Monolith Production’s Aliens vs. Predator 2!
AvP2 is the reason this website exists and was a huge focus on both mine and RidgeTop’s teenage years, and we couldn’t think of a better way to celebrate this milestone episode than by chatting to someone who worked on the game!
Special thanks to Barry Daniels for finding this particular promotional artwork!
We discuss how the current gaming landscape at the time influenced the game, how Monolith’s No-one Lives Forever made certain elements possible in AvP2, the Lance Henriksen cameo that never happened, and plenty more!
The Flash version of the Leading Edge boardgame that we mention in the podcast can be found over at Newgrounds. You can also check out the Facebook group I mentioned that is dedicated to the game here. You can find out more about Nathan by heading to his website, or following him on Twitter.
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Quote from: dinosauriac on Jan 13, 2020, 04:03:42 PMI remember playing the demo for AVP2 that came with the Predator DVD back in the day and being instantly hooked. Really wish whatever is holding up a re-release would get resolved, would be a nice way to celebrate its upcoming 20th anniversary.
Quote from: Fiendishly Inventive on Jan 14, 2020, 08:38:54 AMI listened to this while playing part of the SP and mostly Multiplayer in glorious 4K, truly great podcast, partially glad the Michael Bishop thing didn't go through as I really enjoy Eisenberg and Rykov.
Quote from: Fiendishly Inventive on Jan 14, 2020, 03:34:18 PMBut Monolith only got one go?
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