Our favorite guest host Emma Rios is back and we do one of our indie spotlight episodes. After the jumps are links to all of our game choices
We discovered that both of us share several hobbies that are not video game related, so we decided to talk about them all on this podcast. After the break checkout some pictures we drew!
This week we’re just catching up. We do our regular random-cast episode where we talk about video games we played and what we’re going to play. Nathaniel spent some time doing play testing for the upcoming game SolArk and gushes about that.
We’re all caught up on E3 news and so we got together to talk about what happened at the conference and what games we’re excited about. That means we talk a lot about No Man’s Sky, Fallout 4, Zero Dawn, and Elder Scrolls: Legends.
Nathaniel is finally back from vacation so while we prepare for an E3 and gaming news review, here’s a quick cast about one of our favorite game series: Sid Meier’s Civilization.
We’re on break again, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get your Almost Focused fix. Relive the magic as we find almost no salvation for game preorders. We’ll be back next week with a brand new episode! Continue reading
We were so hyped about the Fallout 4 announcement that we decided to marathon the previous game and chat about our experience on air. If you’re new to the series, we explain what it is and what makes it great. If you’re a Fallout veteran, then drop us a line and let us know all of the reasons that we’re wrong.
Indie game developer Colton Onderwater joins us to chat about indie game development in Australia, what design elements he loves to explore, and just released game he developed: “Arbalest 3035”. We also go into why game jams are absolutely essential for indie developers and how reddit can help tune your game design.
It’s time again for the Indie Spotlight! This week we’re joined again by Damian Sommer and Emma Rios and it’s a puzzle game heavy week. Emma discusses the philosophical implications of “Hunie Pop’s” sexual orientation toggles. Damian is surprised to learn from the creator of “Metamorphabet” that it was not made specifically for children.
We’re on summer break this week, so no new episode. But in the spirit of summer-time reruns, we’re re-releasing one of our favorite older casts. In this one, we’re joined by Sean Young, and we talk all about the Oculus Rift.