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Enter the spotlight at the Bethblog: JE Sawyer

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Enter the spotlight at the Bethblog: JE Sawyer

Interview - posted by VentilatorOfDoom on Thu 6 May 2010, 10:17:43

Tags: J.E. Sawyer; Obsidian Entertainment

The Bethesda Blog interrogates JE Sawyer. What did Bethsoft do to our favorite devs? Just look at this forced smile, the subliminal cry for help. I think they even tattooed a prisoner number onto his arm.

Thus far, what’s been the highlight of your career?
Growing up, Brian Fargo was one of my heroes. Working for Black Isle was amazing for me because Interplay made Bard’s Tale, the first CRPG I ever played. After Icewind Dale shipped, Brian sent an e-mail to Feargus telling him he played through the whole game and really enjoyed it. So even though the highlight came only a year into my development career, I think it will be hard to top that.

What would you say is your personal favorite game of all time?
I have three all-time favorites: the original Pool of Radiance, Darklands, and the original Fallout. All have their own flaws and idiosyncrasies, but those are the three that have drawn me in more than any others. They’re also the ones that I can go back to without feeling like they’ve aged badly.


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