This week, we answered some of the most popular questions in our inbox. Here's the timestamped list below: (---More below)
(0:36) When is this flood of first person shooter games going to stop? They're all so generic and bland.
(2:03) How do I get a job in the game industry?
(2:58) What do you think of my game idea?
(3:28) Where can I get that outro music?
(3:48) What do you guys actually do? What's your actual game industry experience?
(4:20) What are your thoughts on 3D gaming?
(5:10) What's happening to PC gaming? Is it dead or just dying?
(6:14) Why has the JRPG genre gotten so stagnant lately?
(7:33) Has The Escapist given you guys a time limit or something? [per episode length]
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