Prolific bestselling author Troy Denning calls in on release day for Halo: Divine Wind. We discuss the book’s place in the Halo universe, his experiences collaborating with 343 Industries, and the sentimental inspiration for his first Halo story.
Mat Bradley-Tschirgi Returns Again
Industry author, journalist, and developer Mat Bradley-Tschirgi returns to discuss his indie game collaboration with notorious filmmaker Uwe Boll, his interview with legendary Sierra Online founder Ken Williams, getting his first article on Polygon, and more.
I’m Hitting Pause on VR Coverage
For a couple of years now, I’ve had one foot in the door of the VR enthusiast community. It’s gradually dawned on me that this might not be the most responsible position at this point in time. Here’s why I’m making a change.
Richard Butler of RAGE Works
Richard Butler, New York-based Editor-in-Chief of RAGE Works calls in to discuss the early days of podcasting, his journey through the geek culture world, and how none other than GaryVee nearly convinced him to give up on his dreams.
Fay and Martyn Maillardet of Imaginary Friends Games
Former Nintendo employees Fay and Martyn Maillardet call in to discuss life after the pro industry and the creation of their first proper indie release, Shindig.
Comedian Steven Morgan
Steven Morgan–accomplished Netherlands-based comedian, actor, musician, and writer–joins to discuss comedy in the pandemic times, embracing your introversion, navigating unexpected viral attention, and more.
Weekly Round-Up: Godot Go Fast
Welcome creators! I want to say it right up front: this round-up is not usually going to be overwhelmingly focused on the Godot engine. Since I brought it up last weekend, however, the Little Open Source Engine Who Could (Maybe) surprised us all by jumping into the mainstream news. We’ll get into just what happened and what it might indicate for the near future. Also: developing for streamers, classic arcade talk, and more!
Rygar Book Author Brian Riggsbee
Brian Riggsbee calls in with loads of insight about the arcade classic Rygar and the scoop on the upcoming second edition of his sold-out book, The Legend of Argus: The complete history of Rygar.
Hacked: No Facebook, No Oculus Quest
Over half of the VR market is controlled by a social media platform with no clear process for human support. What happens when something goes wrong? In this episode, Todd goes over a hack on his Facebook profile that resulted in a bricked Quest headset and nowhere to turn. Here’s how it ended up.
Buildbox Leadership Answers Your Questions
Buildbox CEO, Jonathan Zweig, and Design SVP, Doug Manson, call in to address questions about the company, its game development products and services, and concerns raised in the development community about recent revenue changes for developers.