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Talk to the developers behind War of the Worlds!

5:00 PM on 10.26.2011

[The chat's over! Thanks to the guys at Paramount Digital Entertainment and Other Ocean for joining us!]

We've been closely watching the progress of The War of the Worlds because it looks like terribly good fun. And we have a very special treat to celebrate it's release today, as Destructoid plays host to a live webcast question and answer session with the development team for the game over at Other Ocean and Paramount Digital Entertainment.

Get your questions ready! We will have members of the development team streaming in video and responding to the queries placed before them. All you have to do is use this handy video stream.

Mike Mika, Creative Director for Other Ocean Interactive: Mike is one of the most well-known, loved and respected figures in the industry and has been developing games since the Commodore 64. He has worked on nearly 120 games in his career, including some recent titles such as Dark Void Zero, Rockband Unplugged, Super Street Fighter 2 Turbo HD Remix, Puzzle Fighter 2 HD Remix, Duty Calls, Super Monkeyball, Topple, Dr. Awesome, and more. 

Lee Cummings, for Paramount Digital Entertainment: Lee is the Creative Director of Tiny Rebel Studios and has a superlative pedigree that includes some of the biggest franchises in videogame history, including the Grand Theft Auto series, Bully, and Manhunt.  

Susan Cummings, for Paramount Digital Entertainment: Susan is the Executive Producer of Tiny Rebel Studios.  In her 15 years in the industry, Susan has put together an outstanding resume and has worked on such revolutionary titles as Bioshock, Borderlands, Civ 4, and the Grand Theft Auto franchise.

 

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