Ben Hopper's Blog
Lead Animator at Signal Studios. Worked at Nintendo Software Technology, Handheld Games, and Snowblind Studios.
I'm a part-time contributor to GameCritics.com, and post infrequently to my blog, Hopper's Video Game Stash.
On Friday, November 4, 2011, mere days after the release of their long-awaited title, The Lord Of The Rings: War In The North, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment broke the news to a whole lot of people at WB Games Seattle ...
By name alone, Mr. Do! sounds more like Silly Game than Great Game. It is, in fact, a silly game, but make no mistake, Mr. Do! is also one of the most underappreciated classic arcade games of all time.
Treasure's newest game isn't perfect, but it's still one of the best action games you'll play all year and their best effort since Ikaruga.
Ben Hopper's Comments
[News - 01/29/2016 - 02:09]
Honestly, this shouldn 't come ...
Honestly, this shouldn 't come as any surprise to anyone working in the industry. It 's dirty and dishonest, and I don 't like it, but everyone does it.
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@ Dave Smith: Congrats on ...
@ Dave Smith: Congrats on your experience being totally different. You must be a major presence in the game industry. That doesn 't mean Dan 's account is any less true or legitimate.
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[News - 07/20/2011 - 01:19]
Except that WB Games has ...
Except that WB Games has been doing nothing but laying people off at their Seattle-based studios off since she 's been in charge. r n r nI 'd say Laura Fryer very hypocritical.