Operation Rainfall Interview with Ars Technica

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

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Operation Rainfall recently did an interview with Ars Technica that was posted on their website around three weeks ago. We’re re-posting the interview link here on our new website, for those who may have missed it. For those that may be unfamiliar with Ars Technica, they are a technical website that is a trusted source for technology news, tech policy analysis, breakdowns of the latest scientific advancements, gadget reviews, software, and hardware.

Ars Technica has many readers and we were grateful to get the word out to their readers about not only the campaign, but our three games as well. The interview was between Ars Technica writer Kyle Orland and Operation Rainfall Co-leader Ryan Tyner.  If you have yet to read it, be sure to check it out The interview is titled  ‘How RPG fans convinced Nintendo to release two Japanese titles in the US’, and can be found here: http://arstechnica.com/gaming/news/2012/02/how-rpg-fans-convinced-nintendo-to-release-two-japanese-titles-in-the-us.ars

About Ryan Tyner

Ryan is an owner and manager of the oprainfall website, mostly managing changes needed for the website and maintenance. He also writes articles from time-to-time. His gaming interests include mostly RPGs; both Western and Japanese. Ryan has a graduate degree in psychology.




  • very nice interview 🙂

    • RyanOPR

      Why thank ya

  • dubaloseven

    I very much so enjoyed this interview

    • RyanOPR

      Thanks! Yeah Arc Technica are very professional and very thorough when it comes to interviewing. I took 2 hours! It sure did turn out great!