Episode #100 – “Bring Out the Car”

Episode #100 – “Bring Out the Car”

Jun 23

Our HUNDRETH episode features Tzufit and Apple Cider talking among themselves about the history of the show, why we love doing it as well as showcasing some reader memories and comments (both audio and textual). We also do a look at all of the intense E3 news.

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

Episode #99 – “No More Tokens”

Episode #99 – “No More Tokens”

Jun 16

Our ninety-ninth episode features us talking to return guest, Tanya DePass. We talk to Tanya about her new podcast, Fresh Out of Tokens, as well as the continuing conversation about how to approach diversity in games, brought up recently by the debut of Witcher 3.

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Episode #98 – “Bad Hamburgers”

Episode #98 – “Bad Hamburgers”

Jun 09

Our ninety-eighth episode features us talking among ourselves. We talk about the stresses of keeping up with games, Splatoon, Steam allowing refunds for games as well as how to develop taste in gaming.

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

Episode #97 – “Confusion is Expected”

Episode #97 – “Confusion is Expected”

Jun 02

Our ninety-seventh episode features us talking to game critic and developer Cameron Kunzelman. We talk about his work in both writing and making art games, such as his new game Epanalepsis. We also talk about the importance of archiving in video games.

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