SGJ Podcast #99 – Space Warfare: Infinite – Infinite Funness


Hey folks, this week Jim, Hunter and I talk to Mike Dolan about his upcoming space combat sim, Space Warfare: Infinite! This game, even in its early stages, is a lot of fun, and is also very ambitious. It has planned dynamic campaigns, and open-universe mode similar to Elite or Privateer, and a custom mission editor to create your own battles. One can tell there’s a lot of love going into this game, so it’s definitely one to keep an eye out for. In the show, we also had a fun tangent about cheesy 80s sci-fi movies, which was hilarious. It overall was a great time, and we hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

Finally, we’re thrilled to add our buddy Hunter Mullins as our 3rd co-host going forward, yay! Please join me in welcoming Hunter, as his wit, humor and passion will definitely add a lot to this podcast. :) Enjoy the show, folks, and we’ll see you next week for the 100th episode! YAY!

Author: Brian Rubin

3 thoughts on “SGJ Podcast #99 – Space Warfare: Infinite – Infinite Funness

  1. That was great show, just chatting about non-space stuff is nice once in a while. Space Warfare: Infinite looks terrific. if all goes well – we may have the thing, that can reach Freespace series level. Depends on campaign depth, since this is the toughest target to hit.

    Jim, my anime addiction has started exactly the same way yours did. Funny thing – I was a child of Soviet Union culture . And although our child films/animation industry was geared way differently, that American (no series at all, no superheroes,little sci-fi, lots of animalistics and global friendship stuff) – we also had this mild-violence/no-one-dies taboo. And lack of general epic-ness : why would children/teens wanted it, huh? And Robotech blew me away. Pretty faithfull to original Macross, though for cutting out Minmay shower scene Harmony Gold sure deserve some flak (yeah, i know about american restrictions, but still…)

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