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  1. Three Moves Ahead > Episodes > Amplitude Studios and the Endless Series


    7, 2016 This week Rob and Fraser welcome special guest Jeff Spock, Narrative Director at Amplitude Studios. The Endless Series has garnered a large amount of praise with its impressive debut in Endless Space, the unique gameplay in Dungeons of the Endless, and the master class of 4X gaming in Endless Legend. Jeff goes over the challenges of writing for 4X and strategy games and how the universe has changed from Endless Space to Endless Legend. Endless Legend has changed quite a bit since launch and Jeff explains how the series has evolved and where it might go in Endless Space 2. This topic was chosen in a poll by our Patreon backers.

    Endless Space, Dungeons of the Endless, Endless Legend, Endless Space 2

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  2. St. Vincent on Maron

    Comedian Marc Maron is tackling the most complex philosophical question of our day - WTF? He’ll get to the bottom of it with help from comedian friends, celebrity guests and the voices in his own head. You loved him on Morning Sedition. You kinda liked him on The Marc Maron Show. You tolerated him on Break Room Live. Now, embrace him on a show from which he cannot be fired - WTF with Marc Maron.


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  3. Episode #156 – 3 Days to Kill The Flop House

    Arg! This movie. As soon as my friend and I saw “McG”, we knew what we were in for. I hated that this movie didn’t even follow it’s own rules with the heartrate/hallucination conflict, the CIA broad who was at almost every action scene and could have been doing the job herself. Why dis she need Costner so badly? The bad guys who are trying to be inconspicuous yet are blasting off in public AND a prom??? Plus the Wolf could have easily been the boyfriend’s father which would have added a much needed layer to the character. Who brings their business partner to their son’s prom???

    I was MUCH more interested in the father/daughter story than the CIA action and the only fun moment was the Italian recipe scene.

    Costner was ok, but screw this movie.

    Besson has NO idea how to write women.


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