Game Warp Podcast: Interview with ‘Super Walrus Games’

Welcome to the next episode of Game Warp Podcast!

This episode, Elwood and I sit down to chat with Paul Harrington from Super Walrus Games. Their upcoming game, Kaiju Big Battel:Fighto Fantasy was recently greenlit on Steam. It fuses Kaiju Big Battel into a Final Fantasy style and setting making it quite unique in its own way hoping to welcome newcomers to the game while appealing to the fans of these live monster wrestling performances. For those who don’t know Kaiju Big Battel, which I didn’t until days before the recording of this episode, it is quite the performance with some more than unique characters fighting against each other. Go on Youtube and you’ll be enlightened! However, how is it to turn it into a game and what does this all mean? How has the idea evolved? Super Walrus Games has quite the task on their hands. Check out our chat to learn about the game development process so far of Kaiju Big Battel: Fighto Fantasy.

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Game Warp Podcast: ‘Batman: The Telltale Series’ Review

Game Warp Podcast’s new episode is here!
We are looking at our March featured game, Batman: The Telltale Series!

This episode, Elwood and I sit down with Youtube Gamer Slaymate, aka Insomnia Knights, to talk about Batman: The Telltale Series. We talk about what we thought about the story arcs that Telltale Games choose and how they made it their own. The conversation lead to the choices that tailored the story and game flow along with the game mechanics which are mostly the quick time events based. We end the conversation with whether we think there will be a sequel and what heroes or villains we’d like to see if it did happen as well as pitch other franchises that Telltale Games should do that could be fun.

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Game Warp Podcast: Talks New and Upcoming 2017 Games (with Insomnia Knights)

Welcome to the next episode of Game Warp Podcast!

This episode, we talk about new and upcoming 2017 games with our special guest, Youtube Gamer Slaymate (aka Insomnia Knights). We bring up a lot of AAA titles and equally a lot of independent titles. Nintendo Switch discussion also comes up as we talk about our impression and how we feel about Nintendo’s direction in general. This episode was recording before a few of the games had release dates announced and currently are released. You can look in the description for Slay’s playlist for some of them.

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Game Warp Podcast : Interview with Hyroglyphik Games

The new episode of Game Warp is live!

This time, we are talking with a two man independent game studio based in Montreal called Hyroglyphik Games. Their first release was a card game called Kalypto and then followed up with their debut mobile game called Zohm. Aside from talking about their games and how it came to be, we also talk about how they got into game development and the increasing appeal of tabletop/card games recently. Before we end the episode, they also share a few of their upcoming projects with us.

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Game Warp Podcast: ‘Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture’ Review

The next Game Warp podcast episode is here!

This time, Elwood and I sit down to talk about the independent game by developers The Chinese Room called Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture. This is a first person adventure game where you walk around a rural English countryside where everyone has mysteriously disappeared. As you follow a light, it guides you to uncover fragments of memories that piece together the story of what happened. We look at gameplay, visuals and the score. We discuss the story and what we think about the ending. There are some spoilers here but the footage gives you a good idea of the environments and the tone of the game.

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March’s featured game is Batman – The Telltale Series! 🙂

Podcast: Game Warp Interviews Eastshade Studios

The new episode of Game Warp Podcast is out!

Our first guest on the show for 2017 is Danny Weinbaum, Eastshade Studios developer who just released yesterday (February 8th, 2017) their first short first person adventure game, Leaving Lyndow, set in the world of their upcoming open world exploration game, Eastshade which is currently in development. We talk about his two games along with his jump into the indie scene, the creation of open world games and side track onto a discussion about what defines a walking simulator game.

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Game Warp Podcast: ‘Kathy Rain’ Review

Game Warp took a rather long break after our Season 1 wrap up. It was definitely needed. Although, it is definitely time to get back to recording because we’ve missed talking about games, although its not like we actually didn’t behind the scenes. The reality behind this podcast is that there is a lot of off air time when we are having production meetings and preparations and planning. That is all part of the fun. For starters, we actually decided to start our Game Warp specific podcast which is where we do most of our streaming now. If you’d would like to hang out with us, give us a follow. It’ll be a lot of fun especially since we do have our mics set up to keep it as interactive as possible.

January’s featured game is Kathy Rain, a point and click mystery adventure by Clifftop Games. We talk about the story and the characters. There’s a discussion on the mystery solving aspects and how the game is directed. Kathy Rain is available on PC.

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