We’ve got another big, 2-hour episode of the podcast for your listening pleasure this month!
In addition to our usual wrap of all the games coming out this month, we chat about a lack of understanding about how games get made and published. This is of course in response to the GTA VI leaks from a few weeks ago, but it does seem to be a timeless topic – why do people not better learn about how games are made?
And then we also chat about a favourite genre of ours at DDNet – the rhythm game genre! What are its strengths and weaknesses as a genre, and how awesome is this new tuba-playing rhythm game that is doing the rounds right now?
Thanks as always for tuning in everyone and let us know your own thoughts on this episode’s topics!
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