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Developer Pop Quiz is a weekly interview series in which we ask developers from around the industry the same 10 questions and post their responses.
Capcom's Seth Killian has his dream job. He's gone from organizing the famed Evo fighting tournaments (which prominently featured Capcom's fighting games, which he is an expert at) to being a Special Combat Advisor for the games that he grew up playing, and running the online community to make Capcom's releases something special, for fans that are pretty much just like him. On top of being an all-around nice guy, he has a unique perspective on his job, and the industry as a whole, because he's a fan whose love of games has gotten him to where he is today.
He's also the first person to be featured in a Developer Pop Quiz that's has a boss character named after them.
Name: Seth Killian
Title: Strategic Director, »
- Jason Cipriano
The year 2011 is going to be a good one for divas. New albums from Britney Spears and Lady Gaga are already within view, and it's quite likely that we could end up getting new music from Beyoncé before these 12 months are up. Madonna could also check in with new music this year, perhaps adding to her already-large docket of chart-topping hits (she has a dozen to her name so far). On this day in 1987, she picked up her fifth career number one on the Billboard Hot 100 when "Open Your Heart" ascended to that position.
"Open Your Heart" was the fourth single to come from Madonna's massive third album True Blue (which was released back in the summer of 1986). Two of those singles — "Live to Tell" and "Papa Don't Preach" — had already topped the chart, and the title track from True Blue came up just short (it ended up at »
- Kyle Anderson
2 items from 2011
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