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The Game Engine

By Andrew Bittman, Paul Sztajer, John Kane

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Description

“The Game Engine” is a podcast by game developers, for game developers. Each week, we’ll be looking at some news in the game development sphere, with an eye to using these to discuss the processes of game development itself.

Customer Reviews

Sound Quality is an issue for me

The only issue I take with this podcast(and it's a pretty big one) is sound quality. It's very quiet so I need to turn the volume all the way up, and when I do that there is the occasional REALLY loud cough or laugh! It gets really annoying, but I really do enjoy this podcast! It's full of valuable information and discussion for Indie devs, however the Sound Quality really kills it. I hope to make you guys aware of this issue, and wish you all the best in fixing it and continuing the podcast.

Awesome

Love this podcast, listen to an episode everyday

Great Podcast

The information provided is very relevant to anyone interested in designing games. I enjoy their humor and have learned tons about design. I am currently attending college and majoring in simulation and game design, their podcasts have fallen perfectly in line with what I have been learning over my first year and has helped me to relate many of the concepts I have learned in class to how people in the industry view things. I have listened to 51 of the 56 episodes so far and love it.

As stated in a previous comment the volume in the first few episodes was a bit low but was never an issue for me. You can tell they have improved their equipment and moved to better recording locations as the episodes progress. Do not let that turn you away from the wealth of knowledge they have to share.

The Game Engine
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  • Category: Video Games
  • Language: English

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