This week, Razor chats with Janet Carr, creator/executive producer of ABC2’s Good Game ahead of their 10th anniversary special. Bea gives us the low down on Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney – Spirit of Justice. Lee reviews Deus Ex: Mankind Divided.
In studio: Razor, Lee May, Candi Payne and Bea Bravo.
This week, the caped crusader returns for a narrative-driven adventure in Batman: The Telltale Series (Episode 1). Side -scrolling beat-em-up gameplay merge with a bleak 80’s Soviet Union setting in the excellent Mother Russia Bleeds. Bea gives a quick update on her progress in Mystic Messenger. Plus, a big week of gaming news headlines.
In studio: Razor, Candi Payne, Tom Maclurcan and Bea Bravo.
This week, Bea tells us all about Mystic Messenger – an “otomi” game that sees the player form and develop relationships against a backdrop of secrecy and mysticism. Candi continues her ongoing review of the episodic Hitman; the latest episode takes place in Bangkok.
In studio: Razor, Tom Maclurcan and Jack “Crinji” Crnjanin.
This week, guest review Crinji talks us through the Mobius Final Fantasy, a freemium mobile entry into the long running Japanese series. Tom reviews Okhlos, an action rogue-like that sees you guiding an angry mob on a quest to destroy the gods of ancient Greece.
This week, Joel Mehonoshen, game design student at SAE QANTM and lecturer/game developer Anthony Wood join us for a discussion on video games marketing and the role education plays in the fluid environment of video game development. Lee reviews ABZU, a quiet adventure game set at the bottom of the ocean.
Jeff van Dyck and Sanatana Mishra of Brisbane-based games development studio Witch Beam join us in studio to present a special feature about the history and evolution of video game music. In part 2, we sidestep and take a look at the evolution of PC game music.
Due to copyright restrictions the episode can only be streamed from the 4ZZZFM website. Links below.
Jeff van Dyck and Sanatana Mishra of Brisbane-based games development studio Witch Beam join us in studio to present a special feature about the history and evolution of video game music. In the first part of this 2-part series, we begin in 1972 with Pong and travel through til the 16-bit era.
Razor reviews I Am Setsuna, a spiritual successor to one of the the greatest JRPGs of all time, Chrono Trigger. Tom and Lee talk INSIDE an atmospheric puzzle platformer from the makers of the critically acclaimed LIMBO.
Zed Games is a gaming radio show heard around Australia via the Community Radio network. We broadcast news, reviews, discussion, and commentary on issues and events concerning gamers, interviews with developers and people in the industry as well as various game-related music that you won’t hear on any other program.