As we end another eventful year, Simon, Alex and Max take a look back to determine what they think were the best games of 2014.
After a long hiatus, the Com-cast returns as Simon and Jackson discuss what has happened in gaming since the last podcast, as well as the bright and interesting future for digital board games.
On this episode of the Com-cast, Simon, Alex and Max welcome aboard Wilfred Brownell as a guest to discuss the experiences of being a minority in the gaming industry and how the issue continues to evolve.
Can you believe how the time flies? GameDistiller is now two years old! Simon, Alex, and Max sit down and figure out where GD, WikiGameGuides, and the industry have come in the past year, and also chart out where they think the industry will go in the year ahead.
On this episode of the Com-cast, Simon, Alex, and Max welcome Jackie Wiley to discuss the experiences and problems faced by female gamers, both in the industry and in the matchmaking lobby.
New year, new podcast! Dan's future with WGG is discussed at length.
This week on the Com-cast, in response to listener feedback we bring in a friend to help us sort out what's what in the world of indie games.
As we reach the end of another year, gathered together with our family enjoying milk, cookies and new games we at GameDistiller would like to take the time to try and figure out which games were the very best this year. Alex, Simon, and a whole host of special guests get together to try and work it out.
Due to a series of unfortunate events, this episode is late in the making, but Simon and Max do their best to bring it back up to speed by talking about a new divergence in video games, and how that's bending traditional concepts of singleplayer and multiplayer games.
In this incredibly delayed episode of the podcast, Simon, Alex, and special guest John Tarr discuss their trip to RTX 2013 and the differences between attending a convention as a fan and as members of the press.