This week Radio Free Gamer is proud to bring you a live interview with Terence Lee, aka Lifeformed, composer for the indie smash hit Dustforce. I had the privilege of reviewing this game for our news partner site, Elder-Geek, and I fell in love with both the game and the soundtrack. The game is a challenging, perfectly tuned platformer in the vein of Super Meat Boy. The soundtrack, a juxtaposition of light, airy synths and ground-shaking bass. It’s absolutely breathtaking, so be sure to join us tomorrow at 7PM Eastern in that chat room with your questions!
Of course, we’ll also have more wonderful game music to share with you, including the latest release from OCRemix and a selection of pieces from the Bad Dudes! Tune in live or download the podcast, but be sure to give it a listen.
First half of the show we were joined by Careless, Kit, Rook, and Konami from Random Encounter to discuss Magfest X, the future of Random Encounter, the rivalry with DOE, and amazing road stories from their summer tour!
Also a challenge was laid down for next Magfest which you don’t want to miss!
Preview of this week’s Jurassic Hour #26: That’s So Neurotypical
Our 2012 debut was recorded mere moments before MAGFest X started. We weren’t there… yet.
Pete and Pat sat down with guest Dennis Rubinshteyn (an editor at RPGFan) before Pat and Dennis drove down to DC’s Gaylord National Hotel for the convention. In this episode, you’ll bear witness to the various ways we do and do not cope with the stress of the holidays. Pete destroys a pile of laundry while Pat hides from his own flesh and blood. Dennis proudly trudges on with his full time job.
After that, we talk games. Many, many games. I (Pat) am currently in the middle of an ELDER SCROLLS marathon, and I chat that up. We all talk about the magic and mayhem of the holiday sales (Humble Bundle 4 + Steam sales = wallet drain 3000). Many indie games are discussed, including a late 2011 title that we hope did not go below your radar. But if it did, you’re in luck.
TO THE MOON creator Kan Gao of Freebird Games chats with us in the second half of the show, just after we discuss our own experiences with the game. You’ll not want to miss this. Anyone who thinks clever, artful games can’t come out of an old template like RPG MAKER will have to see the error of their ways. This interview might help.