Updates

This Week in Gotham - 1/20/2011

01/20/12

Not rain, nor sleet, nor snow will stop us from keeping you up to date with the world of Impostors! Sure, the snow might keep us from getting to the office (black ice is scary, y'all), but thanks to the power of the Internet, we're able to keep you up to date on everything you might have missed!

Kill Conventional or Kill Crazy
We had a chance to sit down with the team in charge of creating the weapons in Impostors. When we were done asking them their favorite ice cream flavors and who the best figure skater from the mid-80's was, we found out how they made all the crazy guns in Gotham City Impostors. Interested to find out how it was done? Then read the full interview right here!

Community Q&A #4
Last week we closed down the thread for our fourth Community Q&A session. And you know what? It was the best session yet! You asked some great questions, and we provided you with (what we like to think are) great answers. Check out the full transcript right here.

Interview with a Juggalo
Our community has quite a few beacons of awesomeness in it. Recently we took it upon ourselves to track down one of them, and ask them just who they are, and why we like them so darn much. That person is the illustrious NinjaMortis, and you can read his full interview right here! Yes ladies, he's a Juggalo. And yes ladies, he's married. (So hands off!)

Sign up for the beta! Details will be coming very soon!
Our beta? That one that you're wondering about? Well, it's on its way. Make sure that you don't miss out on your chance to play in the upcoming public beta with us! Sign-up for all the excitement today.

Keeping you posted
We take pride in our social media prowess. Our Facebook and Twitter pages are both great opportunities for us to chat with you directly, and find out just what's on your mind. So, why not follow them, and let us keep you on the bleeding edge of Impostors information? It's a little scary at first, but you'll get used to it.

And that's it for this week. Stay tuned for upcoming news about the beta, and to those of you that are also here in Western Washington, stay safe! (Also, warm. Stay warm.)