BrokenCast

Brokencast: Niamh Schonherr Interview

This week on the Broken Cast we’re joined by Indie game developer Niamh Schonherr whose upcoming game Sofðu litla tófan mín is based around a magical 1900s Icelandic fable. I can’t really do the game justice – here’s the description she wrote on her website about the game: “It’s a magical realist fable set in rural Iceland circa 1900 about a young girl who suffers from night terrors trying to regain control of her life as it...

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BrokenCast Episode #8: Game of the Year 2015

It’s that time of the year – the time when we reflect on all of the great games that have been released over the last twelve months. The year kicked off with major releases like The Order: 1886 and Bloodborne. By mid-year we saw the release of Blizzard’s Heroes of the Storm and CD Projekt Red’s The Witcher III: Wild Hunt. By the end of the year we finally got several games that fans have been waiting...

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BrokenCast EP 4 – “Twitchin’ Around At The Speed of Sound”

We’re back after a two week hiatus with a brand new format for BrokenCast. Instead of bouncing around between topics somewhat randomly we are going to pick a theme for each week and publish smaller episodes at regular intervals around these topics. On Episode 4 of Broken Cast I’m joined by Andrea Ritsu and Dorian (@Bardings on Twitter) and we discuss the impact that Speed Runs and Twich.TV has had on E-Sports and the gaming industry as...

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BrokenCast Ep3 – “A Legion of Zombies”

On this week’s Episode of BrokenCast Rae Michelle Richards, Andrea Ritsu and Dee sit down to talk about the Resident Evil franchise. They discuss in-depth what made the original Resident Evil and Resident Evil 2 so great as well as speculate about what CapCom may do with the recently revealed Resident Evil 2 Remake and how fans may have beaten them to the punch. In the second segment of the podcast the BrokenCast crew discuss the recently...

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BrokenCast EP 02: The Fire Emblem Conundrum

This week on BrokenCast Rae Michelle Richards sits down and talks with Andrea Ritsu and C.K Oliver about the recent controversy surrounding Nintendo’s upcoming Fire Emblem Fates for the Nintendo 3DS as well as queer relationships in videogames. For those who are unaware there is a female NPC in the game named Soleil who is a canon lesbian. The male player character (Kamui) is able to slip her a “magic powder” that changes perception of the binary...

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