Episode #75 – “Pieces of You”

Episode #75 – “Pieces of You”

Dec 16

Our seventy-fifth episode features Tzufit and Apple Cider talking to Daniel Starkey, games journalist and criticWe talk to him about what it’s like to write about games from an early age, the importance of the personal in games writing (and writing in general) as well as his experiences with being an American Indian in the games industry. We also tackle news from the week including YouPorn sponsoring a DoTA 2 team, a shut-down charity stream for AbleGamers as well as looking at Adrian Chmielarz of The Vanishing of Ethan Carter.

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Music used in our episode is courtesy of The Orchestral Movement of 1932, via Opsound.org

Episode #74 – “The Best Ending”

Episode #74 – “The Best Ending”

Dec 09

Our seventy-fourth episode features Tzufit and Apple Cider talking to Javy Gwaltney, writer and game developerWe talk to him about some of his games, including Terror Aboard the Speedwell as well as his thoughts on paid writing. We also tackle the news of the week including the new Assassin’s Creed, the Game Awards and Grand Theft Auto V being pulled from Target in Australia.

Content warning in this episode around 1:20:00 for discussion about violence against sex workers.

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Music used in our episode is courtesy of The Orchestral Movement of 1932, via Opsound.org

Episode #73 – “The Gay Witch Aesthetic”

Episode #73 – “The Gay Witch Aesthetic”

Dec 02

Our seventy-third episode features Tzufit and Apple Cider talking to Lulu, creator of the premiere witch simulator Fantastic Witch Collective. We talk to her about the perils and positives of being an indie developer, why the world needs more gay witchcraft, as well as the news of the week. We look into the use of bad language in e-sports as well as Far Cry 4.

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Music used in our episode is courtesy of The Orchestral Movement of 1932, via Opsound.org

Episode #72 – “Explicit Progress”

Episode #72 – “Explicit Progress”

Nov 25

Our seventy-second episode features Tzufit and Apple Cider tackling this week’s news and games by themselves. We discuss Tzufit’s interest in Super Smash Bros. 4, as well as Goat Simulator: The MMO, Dragon Age: Inquisition’s passel of women, as well as the mechanics of progress in video games on Gamasutra.

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Music used in our episode is courtesy of The Orchestral Movement of 1932, via Opsound.org

Episode #71 – “Joy in Lancing”

Episode #71 – “Joy in Lancing”

Nov 18

Our seventy-first episode features Tzufit and Apple Cider talking to TJ Thomas of Alpha 6 Productions. We talk about his newest game, The Joylancer: Legendary Motor Knight, as well as creating alternative scenes in the gaming community. We also discuss news of the week including Monument Valley’s expansion, alcohol in tech culture, mothers in video games, and the Assassins Creed: Unity embargo.

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Music used in our episode is courtesy of The Orchestral Movement of 1932, via Opsound.org

Episode #70 – “Broken Expression”

Episode #70 – “Broken Expression”

Nov 11

Our seventieth episode features Tzufit and Apple Cider talking to Michael Lutz this week. We discuss his game, The Uncle Who Works for Nintendo, as well as his other projects. We also tackle the news of the week, including Blizzard announcing their new Overwatch, zany button presses in video games and Splatoon.

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Music used in our episode is courtesy of The Orchestral Movement of 1932, via Opsound.org

Episode #69 – “Straight Men Need Not Apply”

Episode #69 – “Straight Men Need Not Apply”

Nov 04

Our sixty-ninth episode features Tzufit and Apple Cider talking to among themselves this week. We tackle what games we’ve been playing (Fantasy Life, Alice: Madness Returns and others) as well as news from this week: Bayonetta 2 and sex positivity, the history of MMORPGs and MUDs, as well as Anita Sarkeesian being on Colbert Report.

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Music used in our episode is courtesy of The Orchestral Movement of 1932, via Opsound.org

Episode #68 – “A Collection of Verbs”

Episode #68 – “A Collection of Verbs”

Oct 28

Our sixty-eighth episode features Tzufit and Apple Cider talking to Austin Walker, academic and game writer. We chat about the intersection between race and gaming, Austin’s experiences with writing about games as well as his article about Watch Dogs. We also talk about the news of the week including Goobergate satire, Carbine’s layoffs as well as Steam’s stranglehold on the marketplace.

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Music used in our episode is courtesy of The Orchestral Movement of 1932, via Opsound.org