Our interview collection lists past and present interrogations of influential members of the Age of Mythology community, including the developers of the game. Please note that over the years websites have taken interviews offline, so many interviews once available are now gone.
January 28, 2002@Zone - In this chat transcript, the big man himself, Bruce, answers questions from fans about the game. There are a few good glimpses into the game's design amongst the many many questions.
March 28, 2002@GameSpy - Bruce has a fairly lengthy chat with the GameSpy folks about AOM, the RTS genre, and other such gaming topics.
August 17, 2002@Computer and Video games.com - Bruce Shelley talks about possibility of AoM being released for Xbox and other things.
Greg Street & Ian Fischer
August 10, 2001@AOM Heaven - We interrogate Ian Fischer, AoM's Lead Designer, on how he found his great job, misconceptions about AoM and more.
Rob Fermier & Jerome Jones
August 19, 2002@XGR - XGR Live Radio interview broadcasted over Sports Talk 980's. Interview transcript provided by Tartarus.
Stephen Rippy & Kevin McMullan
September 7, 2002@IGN - IGN's exclusive interview with Sound Director Stephen Rippy and Music and Sound Artist Kevin McMullan. In the interview, both Stephen Rippy and Kevin Mullan disscuss the process of creating music for Age of Mythology, the influences they had from other sources, and inspiration from traditional music of the cultures involved in the game as well as a few other topics.
October 3, 2003@AoMH - We talk to The Titans' lead producer, Wally Wachi, and ask him questions ranging to the deveopment of the expansion pack to his history with gaming.
Various ES Employees
October 11, 2002@IGN - WarGamer talk to a heap of people at ES - including Greg Street, Tony Goodman and Bruce Shelley - about a wide number of questions.
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