Are games ever really boring? Also what we’ll be playing in July and having fun with RPG Maker (Digitally Uploaded 2017, Episode #23)

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After a week’s hiatus (down here in Australia it’s winter and that means sickness season), we’re back! This week on the podcast we look at a wide range of different topics.

First up, are games ever really “boring?” It’s a word that often gets thrown around, but you have to wonder if it’s really boredom or a lack of understanding that’s driving the criticism – we talk about that in the context of Valkyria Revolution a lot this week.

We also look at the game releases in July (finally! A relatively quite month for releases), and then chat about RPG Maker; a series of accessible game development tools that we’ve all been using for many years, and there’s a new one just released on Nintendo 3DS.

Thanks as always for listening, and catch us on our social media if you’d like!

Matt S: @digitallydownld
Matt C: @MC_Odd
Ginny W: @ginnywoes

And if you liked the music in this week’s episode, here’s the track list for you:

Nostalogic – MEIKO
Tawna Bonus Round Music – Crash Bandicoot
Spread the Wings – Garou Mark of the Wolves
Marching – Valkyria Revolution

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Enjoy, and as always, please do let us know if you’ve got any feedback or would like for us to discuss a particular topic on an upcoming show.

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