Each week, join game developer Brianna Wu, technology journalists Georgia Dow and Mikah Sargent, and game enthusiast Steve Lubitz as they analyze the week’s biggest stories in the video game industry from different perspectives.
#69: Jungian Self-Actualization
August 24th, 2015 · 93 minutes
Bri returns from the future with a warning about Final Fantasy VII, Maddy realizes Life is Strange is a biopic about her life, Steve tries to find a Destiny-to-English dictionary, and Georgia tries to convince the Internet that sharks are our friends.
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Links and Show Notes
What We’re Playing:
- Maddy - Ultra Street Fighter 4
- Georgia - Q-Bert Rebooted
- Bri - Final Fantasy Tactics, Life is Strange Episode 4, and Titanfall
- Steve - Pac-Man 256 and Hearthstone
- Can VR Deliver More Emotion than Movies and Games?
- Is It Possible for a Safer, Saner & Civil Internet
- The Power of Perception: Media and Women in Tech
- Take our survey!
- Final Fantasy VII has arrived on the iPhone and iPad
- What if Kickstarter let you profit from a game's success? Fig found a way, launches today
- 'The Taken King' Is Turning 'Destiny' Into A Game For Casuals - Forbes
- How Destiny Levels And Gear Will Change In The Taken King
- Destiny is about to get much better, even if you don't buy The Taken King
- Destiny, Hearthstone, Heroes of the Storm earned over $1.25B in combined revenue | VG247
- Review: Life Is Strange Episode 4 — On Soap Operas, Glurge, and Unreal Stakes | The Mary Sue