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Rakham Vale

Rakham Vale: Interview with Brian Saliba

Rakham Vale is an RPG inspired by the work of iconic artist Arthur Rakham. In this episode we have an interview with co-creator, Brian Saliba. This podcast is made for people like you. Thank you for being there. Welcome to the GMS Podcast episode 435 a podcast about the people who make and the people…
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Can a game be a work of art?

Can a game be a work of art?

Games are made of a lot of things and the bundle of them all can become a lot of things too. Many times it has been told that they can be works of art, but can they? In this episode, Chris and I explore the possibility of seeing games as works of art and when…
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PARIS GONDO

The RPG Interview Podcast: Paris Gondo

Paris Gondo is an RPG about the joy of getting rid of what you don’t need and drags you down. I have known about this game since before it came out and had the enormous pleasure of playing it when it was still under development. Now, after a few months of further tweaking and some…
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separing art and artist

Podcast Episode: Separating the artist from their art.

Podcast Episode: Separating the artist from their art. Oftentimes we hear arguments on both sides. And today we try to put the topic to rest. I don’t think we put it to rest, but we sure say what we think! You can find a full transcript of this podcast in our Ko-Fi page. This podcast…
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Should real-life religion be used in games?

Should real-life religion be used in games?  

Should real-life religion be used in games? is a question we have asked ourselves recently (Chris and I, I mean…). With the successful crowdfunding of The Adventurer’s Guide to the Bible and some of the criticism it has received, Chris and I decided it would be a great idea to record an episode about real…
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