This week on the podcast, I was joined by returning guests Charles Amis, Zach Barth, along with first timer Matthew Burns who works at the Center of Game Science at the University of Washington to talk about educational games and their role in education.
This week was a special podcast as it was Game-Wisdom’s first ever developer round table. Joining me as panelists were Anthony Conta, Megan Fox, Zach Barth and Charles Amis for a very interesting discussion on various topics of game development.
This week, Ken and I were joined by returning guest Charles Amis from Artizens to talk about Irrational Games closing, F2P design and more.
This week, Ken was out sick and I was joined by returning guest from Artizens: Charles Amis. We discussed the recent Phil Fish incident and journalistic integrity in general. Also we discussed the kickstarter fiasco of The Doom That Came to Atlantic City.
Lastly to lighten things up I talked with Charles about the progress on Artizens which continues to sound amazing. After this cast was recorded more information broke about The Doom That Came to Atlantic City that the game was picked up by a board game company and the designer and artist will hopefully be ok. Also I had a slip of the tongue and confused Famitsu with Kotaku and apologized there.