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The Christmas festivities will soon be upon us! Many of us will preparing our Christmas wish lists for Santa in hope that we make it on the “nice list”. Many RE fans will also have their own wish list for their favourite Robotic studio. It turns out that Santa isn’t the only person giving out gifts this Winter. Justin “SixOkay” Korthof is offering the community to pick out their top six most burning questions on fans mind and he will try and answer them as best he can.
All you need to do is comment on this article and we’ll pick out the questions that appear the most and the top 6 will make their way through the swarms of elves to Robot community head-honcho Justin Korthof who will be pleased to shed some light on our questions. While these answers won’t come in time for Christmas answers will be forthcoming in the New Year. We’ll be accepting questions for two weeks from now up until January 4th – plenty of time to get your thinking cap on!
Let your voice be heard and post your question using the link below!18 questions so far
Want to win a cool collectors item from the Robot Team at RTX 2012? After all of the fun and interviews, the Robot team was kind enough to autograph a couple of my media credentials. The Pass was signed by Justin “Sixoay” Korthof-Community Manager, David Kubalak – Art Director, Nate “N8″ Stefan – Concept Artist, and Bart Tiongson -Concept Artist.
The guys swore that wearing the pass will add +10% damage to any Hero Academy units attack and increase you head shot percentage in OMD2. This may just be an urban myth, but it’s worth a try.
To win one just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or send me a tweet to @kennygamer and say “enter me for the pass contest”. We will pick a winner at random.
Robot Fans interviews Justin Korthof about Orcs Must Die 2 and Hero Academy on Steam. Kenny tries to bribe Justin with comic books for more information about the TF2 team that will be released August 8th.
If you missed the PC Gamer live stream of the first reveal Orcs Must Die 2 endless mode then well, you’ll want to check out the below video to see it, albeit not so live! The video features PC Gamer battling the endless waves co-opping with Robot community manager Justin Korthof. The video is a whole 1 hour long, so be sure to crack out the popcorn.