Pixel Revolt is Bitmob's community-driven podcast, in which Derek Lavigne, Jeff Grubb, Brett Bates, and a special guest dive into the Mobfeed to discuss interesting posts written by Bitmob members. For the second half of the show, they throw a question out to the community so that you can have your voice heard. If you'd like to contribute your opinion to the show, follow the upload instructions after the break.
Pixel Revolt — Episode 16
This episode, Jeff, Brett, and Derek welcome community guest Chris Whittington to the show. Topics discussed include supposedly great games that we don't care for, the usefulness of strategy guides compared to FAQs, meeting online friends in real life, and the potential of games to break out of the "cultural ghetto." Also, your answers about your least favorite game genres.
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Mob Rules: Murdering Your Darlings – Andrew Hiscock
Walkthroughs and Wikis: The Many Faces of Strategy Guides – Brian Taylor
Save the Date: Online Relationships Fostered By Video Games – Davneet Minhas
Are Video Games Part of the Cultural Ghetto? – Davin Loh
Bitmob Community Meet-up: PAX East
Community question for next episode:
If you could present one game to a non-gamer in order to show them why gaming is worthwhile, what would it be and why?
How you can respond to the question:
2) Email your answer to PixelRevoltDL@gmail.com
3) Leave a comment in this post!
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Pixel Revolt Podcast – @pixelrevolt
Derek – @eternalbeta
Jeff – @jeffgrubb
Brett – @bbretterson
Chris – @CMWhittington