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Sketchcraft - Game Jammy 001 by RobDuenas Sketchcraft - Game Jammy 001 by RobDuenas
Welcome to the first episode of Game Jammy, a new regular feature that will cover videogames as art, talking about past gaming masterpieces, current development, and the future in creative gameplay. With Game Jammy I plan to share how games inspire me as an artist, from the retro pixel era, to modern high definition world building. Joining me on todays episode is James Bacon of Double Plus Good Games, and we look back on our top 5 NES games, talk about Kickstarter developments (Go Tiny Barbarian DX!), and get into the current and future state of the Nintendo Wii U.

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Catch the last episode as well!


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:bulletred: Sketchcraft - The podcast for art, design, and process junkies. - [link]
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BTR88tuxedoblack Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2013  Student General Artist
Looks great! :) I'll have to have a look!
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HallowGazer Featured By Owner Dec 12, 2012  Student Traditional Artist
I guess I keep saying the same thing on every Podcast I comment on - but, once again, real interesting to listen to.
It was nice you brought a second person in, I always find it more engaging to hear dialogue between people.

Lol, is it really true that Wii Sports is, like, the most selling game of the Wii?
About the WiiU, I didn't hear too much news about it up to this day (mostly because I lost quite some interests in the Nintendo Consoles ever since the Wii came out). I remember some guys from the german GameStar-magazine joking like "I bought the WiiU last weekend. So far I didn't do much with it except for dowloading updates. I though that's the only thing this console can do."
Then again, I'd actually be interested in seeing the future games that companies put out to make use of the system.
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RobDuenas Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2012
Thx! I'll be doing that more often, breaks up the rants lol Yeah its true, but I find it to be an inflated number cause I think they count the game that came with the system as an actual sale. And yeah the internet is one big echo chamber, have these cant' don't have an original thought, I mean really it took 30 min (at worst an hour) to deal with, I have PS3 games that download for 10 hrs plus. But whatevs, best Nintendo system in over 10 yrs.
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