Oct 2016 — Dec 2016
Dec 1, 2016 • 69 minutes
Sid Meier's Civilization is one of the gold standards of modern strategy gaming. In this episode Nick and Jonathan evaluate the most recent entry in the series, Civilization VI and discuss it's history to date.
Nov 16, 2016 • 77 minutes
Literate Gamer examines the famed Ubisoft franchise in detail and evaluates the combat mechanics, attention to detail, and historical settings of this annualized series. Listen as we marvel are inexplicable decisions made by Ubisoft Management, like...
Nov 9, 2016 • 84 minutes
Literate Gamer sits down with John Adamus, The Writer Next Door and Editor, to discuss the importance of editing, the craft of writing, and value of an external perspective in creative pursuits. This episode is nearly all 'Literate" and...
Nov 2, 2016 • 67 minutes
Literate Gamer discusses A Dark Room, independent game design, and video games with Michael Townsend of Double Speak games.
Oct 26, 2016 • 67 minutes
Famed author, podcaster, and filmmaker Doctor Gaines sits down with the Literate Gamer crew to talk about his latest novel, The Shot, his upcoming film project Cordial Kill, and has a frank discussion about religion and faith.
Oct 19, 2016 • 72 minutes
Literate Gamer discusses the XCOM franchise with the author Michael G. Munz. They cover the history of XCOM and evaluate the different components that make a good tactical strategy game. Covers all of the original XCOM games, XCCOM Enemy Unknown, XCOM...
Oct 12, 2016 • 58 minutes
Les Allen joins the Literate Gamer for an overview of the history of video game adaptations of Dungeons and Dragons. From the Gold box games to Neverwinter Nights and beyond, they explore one of the most adapted gaming franchises in history. Other...
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