Airship Travelogues Episode 013: From Nintendo to Microsoft

Henry Sterchi, whose career started at Nintendo, went on to Silicon Knights and is now at Microsoft Game Studios, discusses career highlights and game design.

By M. Noah Ward. Posted 02/01/2012 09:00 4 Comments     ShareThis

Airship Travelogues Episode 013: From Nintendo to Microsoft

Microsoft Game Studios’ Henry Sterchi, whose career spans back to Silicon Knights and working directly for Nintendo, discusses his newest work and the highlights to getting there.

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Recording Date
January 30, 2012

Henry Sterchi, Creative Director at Microsoft Game Studios, with Noah and Marc

00:00:00 Introductions
00:01:35 Interview
00:29:28 Conclusion
00:35:40 Credits

00:36:26 Total Length


4 Responses to “Airship Travelogues Episode 013: From Nintendo to Microsoft”

  • 381 points
    Hyawatta says...

    Most Accessible Game

    My two and a half year old daughter has been playing ElectroPlankton for about a year now. I have tried letting her play Super Mario Galaxy, Kirby’s Epic Yarn, Elebits, and Super Mario Kart Wii, but so far ElectroPlankton has been the only game that she can play without getting frustrated and giving up. When she wants to play it she says, “May I play my game please?” This game has successfully distracted her through doctors’ visits and has also allowed us to sleep in late. She puts the stylus back, and she has even learned how to turn the DS Lite on and off on her own! I’m so proud.

  • 42 points
    Marc N. Kleinhenz says...

    Do you think we could have her train my wife…?

  • 5 points
    skyship007 says...

    If you like games with airships in them, try my Gasbags site: which is the worlds only lighter than air comedy web site.
    Regards JB (

  • 1244 points
    lukas85 says...

    Hey i really liked eternal darkness, it must be great to work on a project that is considered a cult classic among gamers, its a shame you dont work for nintendo anymore, but still, i wish you the best luck in your projects.

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