Greg Lobanov of Wandersong talks about his 6 month trek across the United States on his bicycle that taught him about shared adversity and community.
Heidi McDonald joins Drew this week to talk about learning how to be bold from her boss riding into a wall on a penny farthing bicycle.
Drew completes his visit to PAX Unplugged 2018 by walking the floor and interviewing board game developers who are making experiences that push the medium into new areas. Can a board game make laugh so hard you cry or tell a harrowing story of sadness? Drew interviews 8 developers who are exploring these possibilities as […]
Drew visits PAX Unplugged to walk the floor and interview board game developers who are developing experiences that push the medium into new areas. Can a board game make laugh so hard you cry or tell a harrowing story of sadness? Drew interviews 5 developers who are exploring these possibilities as well as what they […]
Dr. Rachel Kowert joins us to talk about her career research into video game stereotypes, addictions, and World of Warcraft
Jamey Stegmaier joins us this week to talk about Kickstarter, Scythe and growing up in the Catholic Church.
Jamie Madigan, PhD. talks about digital vs. real life relationships, how to be a parent that engages, and the "moral panic" often directed at video games.
YouTube personality Katya Szewczuk is our guest this week to talk a little about having a fast growing YouTube channel and the challenges that comes with having such a large community. Starting out as a manga reviewer Katya ended up gaining a following with a focus on games with strong narrative direction, she shares some of the joys and frustrations with having a YouTube community.
Toiya Kristen Finley talks about narrative design, a split denomination household, and how the industry needs to be rocked by the #metoo movement.
Shane Neville of Buster Punks talks about compulsion loops, parents being more involved in their child's gaming habits, and of leaving the Christian faith.