A lot of surprises came out of this impromptu interview with Nathan Vella from Capy Games and Craig (Super Brothers) Adams. The first surprise was that Craig was such a hunk! I already knew Nathan had super-model good looks, but I had no idea that Craig was so dashing.
The bigger surprises came from the details that Nathan laid out regarding the release of the modern classic Sword and Sworcery on Steam on April 16th. First off is the news that the game's critically acclaimed soundtrack is getting a bump in sound quality on PC thanks to the platform's lack of memory constraints. Everyone who gets the game on Steam will also get the soundtrack for free. Radical.
The other big news is that Steam version of the game will have "something" new. I'm guessing it wont be anything big, but that doesn't mean it wont be awesome. Pendleton Ward (creator of Adventure Time) recently did a limited edition Sword and Sworcery print. If Craig and Nathan returned the favor by sticking Finn and Jake into Sworcery on Steam, that will be reason enough for me to re-purchase the game. I can almost see Jake's little pixelated muzzle now.
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