Submitted by yomaru 1053d ago | podcast

weeaboos with a podcast ep. 35: The Independent Spirit

Disclaimer: weeaboos with a podcast is crude, lude, and full of dudes. If you are easily offended by dark humor, foul language, and rampant sexism, then stay far, far away. You have been warned.

"On this week’s episode, we have two special guests: indie developer Michael Hicks (Sententia, Honor in Vengeance II), as well as game design student and friend of the show, Brian Sweet. We ask the guys what they’ve been up to these past few months, what games have kept them busy, and their future plans. We then indulge in a little long distance communication, as we dissect the indie anime hit Voices of a Distant Star by Makoto Shinkai.

Finally, we turn our attention to Indie Game: The Movie and offer up a thorough discussion on what makes it great. We discuss the filmmakers themselves, the people and the games featured, and joys and pitfalls of being an indie developer." (Braid, Dev, Fez, Indie Game: The Movie, Industry, PC, PS3, Super Meat Boy, Xbox 360)

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