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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:58pm 14/08/09 | 3 Comments
Back on the local video front, Dan and I recently spent some time out at a Halo 3: ODST event at Cockatoo Island where we were lucky enough to chat to the game's lead producer, Curtis Creamer, as well as check the game out in detail and even hang out near the Warthog WETA Studios made for D-9 director, Neil Blomkamp's Halo film short.

As usual, we've put together the full package for you here at AusGamers because that's the sort of nice folk we are, so you can check out our full video interview here (replete with an embarrassing moment for me involving the word "vulnerable") as well as that interview's full transcript and an in-depth preview based on what we've seen and played.












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konstie
Posted 06:39pm 14/8/09
sweet interview, did u get into the warthog ?
Steve Farrelly
Posted 06:50pm 14/8/09
Nah, there was a day event for that we never made it to. It only drove really slowly in small circles though, so didn't miss much - it is pretty awesome though
d[o_0]b
Posted 03:29pm 15/8/09
Curtis Creamer
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