Episode #93 – “We’re Already Here”

Episode #93 – “We’re Already Here”

Apr 28

Our ninety-third episode features us talking to returning guest Soha Kareem, games writer and cat enthusiast. We discuss what she has done in the meantime since last year, including her work with #altgames and local game scene. We also talk about male allies on Twitter, as well as time management games.

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

Episode #92 – “Sine Qua Non”

Episode #92 – “Sine Qua Non”

Apr 21

Our ninety-second episode features us talking to returning guest Katherine Cross, writer and academic in the gaming community. We discuss what she’s been up to in the interim since her last appearance including digging in further to critical games writing, as well as picking apart scientific studies about gaming and zombie apocalypse fashion.

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

Episode #91 – “A Life You’ve Never Lived”

Episode #91 – “A Life You’ve Never Lived”

Apr 08

Our ninety-first episode features us talking to ourselves. We talk about what games we’ve played this week, including Final Fantasy XIV and Swords and Sworcery. We also discuss news from this week, including Life is Strange Ep. 2 reviews, GDC vault videos and portrayals of autism in games.

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