We’re forever keeping our
eyes ears out for the latest gaming podcasts especially when some of our own get a chance to slide behind the mics and share inside scoops about current and upcoming projects.
Recently, the folks behind The Misadventures of Max’s Minions podcast caught up with a few familiar
faces voices including Shane Hensley and Darrell Hayhurst for a series of interviews under the Minion Minute banner.
In Episode 5, Shane talks all about Savage Worlds, Conan: Rise of Monsters, and Torg: Eternity while in Episode 4, Darrell Hayhurst discusses his role as Line Developer for Torg: Eternity and his work on Savage Rifts®.
Visit the Misadventures of Max’s Minions Facebook page where you’ll find links to these and other fine interviews with additional Savage Worlds alumni including Ross Watson, Sean Patrick Fannon, and Sean and Robin Bircher.
From Cyber-Wired Reflexes to Wired.com, Savage Rifts® is taking the Megaverse by storm!
Savage Rifts® lead writer, Sean Patrick Fannon, sits down with David Barr Kirtley of The Geek’s Guide to the Galaxy podcast to talk all about the wild and totally off-the-rails world of Rifts® for Savage Worlds.
Join Sean as he delves deep into the history of the Rifts® universe to tell us where it all began, where it is right now, and where it all might be going.
Climb into your Glitter Boy armor, power up your Boom Gun, and stream or download this excellent and informative interview directly from wired.com! From Free Quebec in the north to the Vampire Kingdoms of Mexico in the south, it’s time to find out what awaits us all out in the wastelands of Rifts® Earth.
Dungeon Crawlers Radio just released their Best Games of 2014 list, and East Texas University continues its string of critical acclaim!* That’s right, East Texas University made their top ten list at number four. Who says college isn’t for everyone, even when it’s actively trying to kill you?
That Savage Worlds love didn’t end there, either. They broke their own one-product-per-company rules with their five honorable mentions, including Weird Wars Rome. Clearly, these are some right-thinking people of taste and discernment. Or maybe they’ve just got a thing for settings where it’s okay to wear sandals all the time.
Either way, be sure to check out the full list of Dungeon Crawlers Radio Best Games of 2014 and take a look at both East Texas University and Weird Wars Rome. You won’t never regret it. There’s even something extra for the Deadlands and Doomtown fans, too.
* For instance, remember just last week when I told you about East Texas University and Melior Via’s Accursed both doing so well in the Most Unread Blog’s Top Six Birthday Blog Giveaway to rankings?
This episode of Threats from Gallifrey brings you three separate doses of Savage Worlds in their eighty-odd minutes on games and gaming. Listen for their Deadlands news, highlights on the chase rules, or bringing Scooby Doo adventures to Savage Worlds—jinkies!
EerieX Radio has just released their interview of our own Shane Hensley at Gen Con. Shane’s interview starts about 1 hour and 13 minutes, right after Lester Smith. If you’ve never had the chance to talk (or listen) to Lester, you should go ahead and catch the whole thing.
Catch other episodes, including the first part of the EerieX Radio Gen Con interviews, from the EerieX Radio home page or follow EerieX Radio on Facebook.
Grown as Gamers Episode 140 includes bits about both East Texas University and Necessary Evil. Ray will even be running Necessary Evil at the Save Against Fear fundraiser. There’s also coverage of E3 2014, if you’re into that sort of thing….
Out of the studio and in the real world, our own Jodi Black was interviewed on Rage Quit Radio at Storm-Con. It’s definitely worth a listen.
Our very own Shane Hensley is really enjoying his Let’s Ask Shane* segments in the new Visible Cities podcast. If you’ve ever wanted Shane’s answer to a question that’s plaguing you, just e-mail our own Jodi Black to get your query in the queue.
With three episodes complete and more on the way, Visible Cities is bringing you a variety of gaming industry insiders and information. Be sure to check it out for yourself.
*No, you’re not imagining things. It was originally titled Shane on Games. Remember, change is a constant in every feature of our lives, except for most vending machines.
Our very own Shane Hensley is going to be a recurring feature in the new Visible Cities podcast. Their focus will be on tabletop and video game design and culture—a for-gamers, by-gamers sort of thing.
The first episode features a full-length interview with Shane, and each new episode will include an installment of Shane on Games, in which he answers questions from the public on anything game-related! “I’m thrilled that Visible Cities asked me to be a part of this,” says Shane. “I love hearing about all the great things that are going on in the gaming community, and this looks to be a fantastic series!”
Other guests on the initial episode include Tracy Fullerton of Games Design Workshop, Days of Wonder, CoolMiniOrNot, and Philosopher Thomas Hurka.
If you have any questions for Shane on Games, e-mail our own Jodi Black. Remember, Shane’s worked on RPGs, card games, video games, board games, and has experience in [so far as I can tell] every aspect of game design, management, and production. Don’t be shy—e-mail today!
Geekerati is airing an interview with Shane Hensley about the history and future of Deadlands. Follow the conversation from Deadlands‘ debut, through its various incarnations, and to its new status as an XBox Originals television show in development!
Be sure to listen to the podcast for the most recent developments in the Deadlands XBox Originals show. While you’re there, you might also want to catch older RPG and Savage Worlds installments as well.