September 2020 Podcast: The role of music and literature in video games

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Hello everyone and welcome to this month’s podcast!

As always we kick things off with a look into the games that we can expect to play next month – it’s going to be a big one.

Then we transition to talking about our topics for the month. We discuss the role of literature in video games (and wonder why certain books haven’t been “gamified” yet). We also discuss the role that music has in building narrative within games.

Then we talk about Fall Guys. Because everyone has to talk about Fall Guys right now.

Thanks as always for tuning in, drop us a note to say hi, and we’ll see you at next month’s podcast!


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