The State of Games Episode 1

Welcome to The State of Games Episode 1. The first in an interview series getting deep into the gaming industry at large.

This week we discuss Xbox Live Arcade and the current issues with a new dashboard and more.

We are joined by Mel Kirk of Zen Studios, creators of Pinball FX and Pinball FX2. We also have an excerpt from a previous interview from John Nielson with Bacon Wrapped Games, creators of Cloning Clyde and Ancients of Ooga.

If you have any comments or feedback please put them wherever you are watching I make sure to look every single one. If you are in the industry and have a topic you would like to discuss please email davidjohnson@thereviewcast.com.

The music during this episode is pure attidude from the website incompetech’s royalty free music.

Sources and Links:

Making an XBLA Game: The Inside Story by Eurogamer

Why Microsoft won’t publish PSN firsts by Eurogamer

GiantBombcast: E3 2011 Day Zero

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Posted by mixedupzombies

Welcome to The State of Games Episode 1. The first in an interview series getting deep into the gaming industry at large.

This week we discuss Xbox Live Arcade and the current issues with a new dashboard and more.

We are joined by Mel Kirk of Zen Studios, creators of Pinball FX and Pinball FX2. We also have an excerpt from a previous interview from John Nielson with Bacon Wrapped Games, creators of Cloning Clyde and Ancients of Ooga.

If you have any comments or feedback please put them wherever you are watching I make sure to look every single one. If you are in the industry and have a topic you would like to discuss please email davidjohnson@thereviewcast.com.

The music during this episode is pure attidude from the website incompetech’s royalty free music.

Sources and Links:

Making an XBLA Game: The Inside Story by Eurogamer

Why Microsoft won’t publish PSN firsts by Eurogamer

GiantBombcast: E3 2011 Day Zero

Download

Subscribe on iTunes

Posted by PerryVandell

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