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Posted by Simon Carless on 09/20/19 04:37:00 pm in Programming
This week's highlights include the gorgeous Sayonara Wild Hearts & the launch of the Switch Lite, as well as a doc on the making of Them's Fighting Herds, Borderlands 3, and lots, lots more.

Posted by Jeremy Alessi on 09/20/19 11:06:00 am in Programming
The first ever PixelFest Podcast (PixelCast). In this first episode, Jeremy rushes headlong into the unknown and runs the gamut from Pilotwings to the Oculus Quest. Listen along and always keep Growing through Love of Games! Original release 9/4/2019

Posted by Simon Carless on 09/14/19 10:49:00 am in Programming
This week's highlights include some views on Apple Arcade, looks at the latest games, including the very gothic Blasphemous, the odd new Switch fitness title Ring Fit Adventure, and lots more besides.

Posted by Brandon Sheffield on 09/09/19 12:17:00 am in Programming
As the Dreamcast turns 20, we got comments from developers of games like Shenmue, Space Channel 5, Samba de Amigo, Sonic Adventure, and more, to celebrate the short life of this innovative console.

Posted by Jeff Vogel on 09/05/19 10:30:00 am in Programming
For 25 years, we have sold ultra-low-budget retro indie RPGs. Our graphics are lousy, and they will stay lousy. In this indie biz deep dive, we share a bunch of budget and sales numbers to show how accepting our limitations helps our business succeed.

Posted by Simon Carless on 09/03/19 03:14:00 pm in Programming
This week's roundup includes a look at a whole heap of new games, including Control, Knights On Bikes, Ancestors, and Astral Chain, as well as a retrospective interview with Seaman designer Yoot Saito.