Watch Taro Yoko discuss Drakengard 3 as a sock puppet

8:30 AM on 05.22.2014

Brittany Vincent

Associate Editor

The interview is exactly what it sounds like

Guys, Taro Yoko is adorable. At least, I think he is. I know he's not actually a cute little puppet, but this interview regarding Drakengard 3 is adorable and informative. This may be one of my favorite interviews yet, simply because Taro is so earnest and straightforward with his answers.

Taro details his decision to implement mainly female characters, his personal thoughts related to the series after working on it for a decade, and even a mention of Nier (excellent game, go play it) and its fundamental narrative philosophy. In short, you should check it out if you're a fan of Taro's work, and not just because he's speaking as a cute little sock puppet. And go read our review. Chris enjoyed himself. 

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