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This Side Up 013: Edmund McMillen & The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth

"OK, so promising a weekly show might have been a bit ambitious. But! We’ll still post episodes whenever we have an interview for you to enjoy, just like we do this week — I’m joined by Edmund McMillen, co-founder of Team Meat and creator of games like Super Meat Boy and The Binding of Isaac.

Edmund comes on to discuss the upcoming release of The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, which is a built-from-scratch enhanced version of the original game for PlayStation 4 and Vita. He also talks about how his religious upbringing influenced the game’s development, I mention a crazy pastor I saw on TV in El Salvador ten years ago, and we both marvel at the longevity of Magic: The Gathering." - Joe Garcia (PC, PS Vita, PS4, The Binding of Isaac, The Binding of Isaac Rebirth)

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