SGJ Podcast #14: Rodina Q&A (and Random Ramblings)

Rodina

I Want to Go To There. ;)

Heyyyy folks, welcome to this edition of the Space Game Junkie Podcast. In this episode, Jim and I sit down with Brendan Anthony, former Bethesda developer who is currently working on an awesome space game called Rodina. We talk about the game at length, but due to a good deal of wine on my part I think, the conversation goes all over the place as well. It’s a fun ride, and we hope you enjoy it.

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  1. Kelly
    Posted 06/01/2013 at 8:23 AM | Permalink

    Brian - I enjoyed learning about the game more, but I thought the discussion on PC gaming in general was also interesting.

    My family has a Wii (the kids love it, I rarely play it any more), but otherwise I don't have any consoles from the current generation. I was never interested in a PS3, if only because I did not like the heavy-handed way that Sony tried (successfully?) to push blu-ray on us. I thought about getting a 360, but just never got excited enough about it to put out the cash. X-Box "one" has me even less excited than that.

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    • Brian Rubin Brian Rubin
      Posted 06/02/2013 at 1:44 PM | Permalink

      Heh, I hear ya, I got the PS3 primarily as a BD player and media streamer, but I've found some wonderful games on the thing as well. :) Glad you enjoyed the discussion too. :)

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