Some milestones are reached with celebration, some are just reached. Enjoy our 50th episode.
Hi Pippin, Congratulations on Jostle Bastard! I am keen to see what folks think of it, not only because it is great fun, but also because you’ve given us such a deep look into its development by sharing your notebook, diary entries and so many production builds of the game. The only thing that is missing is something you and I have frequently discussed over the course of the year: the role of satire in Jostle Bastard. I think this is particularly interesting because I don’t see much satire in videogames. Or, at least, not good satire. Grand Theft Auto
A bad illness in real life has left Stu Horvath wondering why he never feels anything but healthy in videogames.
George Weidman questions the universality of nostalgia-driven pop culture.
Sometimes a small victory is better than none at all.
Today in 1895, playwright Oscar Wilde lost his criminal libel case against the Marquess of Queensberry, who had accused the writer of homosexual practices. Do something awesome this weekend!