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Quadrilateral Cowboy’s Brendon Chung: Front Towards Gamer Radio, Episode 164

Front Towards Gamer Radio is part of the Claymore Network.

Shanghai Six sits down with the master of universes inhabited by people with square heads, Blendo Games’ Brendon Chung! Blazing onto the indie scene after the death of Rebellion Games (The Saboteur, Star Wars: Battlefront), Brendon has charmed his way into the hearts and minds of gamers with such odd little titles as Thirty Flights of Loving, Gravity Bone, and now the third in the series, Quadrilateral Cowboy. The toast of PAX East, Quadrilateral Cowboy is shaping up to take Blendo Games into the stratosphere; Shanghai asks Brendon what is with the weird naming convention behind his games, why all of his characters all have square heads, and what is next for Blendo Games after Quadrilateral Cowboy! (Culture, Front Towards Gamer)

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