Episode #96 – “Hip Kids and Shitty Teens”

Episode #96 – “Hip Kids and Shitty Teens”

May 19

Our ninety-sixth episode features us talking to indie PR/producer Felix Kramer. We talk about their job, day-to-day life and why they like working in the indie scene. We also talk about the death of pixel art as well as the Splatoon World Testfire demo.

*We didn’t discuss this this week but we thought it was a good article nonetheless.

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

Episode #95 – “Pissing on the Walls”

Episode #95 – “Pissing on the Walls”

May 12

Our ninety-fifth episode features us talking to alt-game/interactive fiction developer Caelyn Sandel. We talk about how Caelyn got into game development and what kinds of games she makes as well as Valve’s reluctance to comment on or gatekeep Steam Greenlight.

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

Episode #94 – “The Pureness of their Hearts”

Episode #94 – “The Pureness of their Hearts”

May 05

Our ninety-fourth episode features us talking to ourselves. We talk about what games we’ve played this week, including World of Warcraft and Mario Kart. We also discuss news from this week, including Steam introducing paid mods, queer characters in gaming, as well as what defines noir in the gaming space.

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