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We've reached the first milestone in a long journey. Jeff Cork and I have been recording our thoughts on every episode of the classic Twilight Zone series, and today's episode marks the end of the first season.
If you haven't noticed the flood of similar titles in the blog feed by now, Jeff Cork and myself are producing a podcast experiment where (on a weekly basis) we are discussing and reviewing every episode of The Twilight Zone. Why? Because we are weird and it is a good show.
Well, here's something that you didn't expect: Jeff Cork and I decided to watch every episode of The Twilight Zone and record our discussions. Every week we will post a new episode of the "Twilight Highlight Zone" that covers and reviews the next five episodes of the classic show.
Nobody likes to be on camera. Well, very few people in the Game Informer office actually enjoy being on camera. But I'm consistently blown away by how funny my co-workers can be, even when cameras are rolling.
One of my favorite podcasts is Top Score, a show produced by Minnesota Public Radio that features tightly edited interviews with game composers. The show is hosted by Emily Reese and the technical producer is Sam Keenan. I love the show so much that I decided to make a video feature highlighting their work. Check it out below.
I thought I was above the free-to-play sim genre. Then the developers over at Ludia found the way: Jurassic Park. Why did it have to be Jurassic Park?
There is a lot of horrific art out there. As an art minor I'm ashamed to say that I've wasted too much of my life staring at it. Luckily, The Light Grey Art Lab in Minneapolis did not dissapoint with their recent Pokemon Battle Royale Exhibition.