Chris turned his hair blue with the help of his friend Em (though really, they did all of the work)- in this edited version, listen to the careful and delicate process and the nonsense conversations that ensue.
For the patient and way-too-curious, check out this version of “The Blue Haircast,” with an extra THIRTY minutes of prolonged silence, water rinsing, hair drying and dumb comments that Chris said and didn’t like for the “Abbreviated” version.
Fran and Chris are joined by guest Anthony, in the second episode of our classy video game book club series. We discuss a well-regarded but somewhat overlooked shooter, “Titanfall 2”.
(Originally recorded March 23, 2017)
In this first episode of our new mindfulness podcast, Chris speaks to mentor and CMU Director of Residential Education Helen Wang. We answer questions sent in about the topic of vocation – how do we know what we want to do as a career?
Sam went GDC earlier this month! In this special one-off podcast, Chris and Fran talk to them about their taste of the video game developer community.
Pour yourself a glass of wine and listen to the inaugural episode of our classy video game book club series, where we kick things off by talking about overlooked indie darling “Overwatch”.
In honor of the recently deceased Devil’s Third online servers, we look back at a previously unreleased look at the multiplayer with Sam and Chris.
RECORDED: October 30th, 2016
We initially talk about Halloween, Nintendo, and other things, but Simone busts out the autoharp and shows us how boring everyone else’s lives are.
A timely episode indeed! Our first episode since the beginning of the summer, we catch up with our lives, technology, and briefly discuss the future of this multimedia empire.
Fran and Chris are joined by special guest Antoine, as they discuss the differences between American, Swiss, and French cultures, what we’re doing for the rest of our lives, and what to expect from the recently released “Captain America” movie.
The end is nigh (for the academic year) as we discuss offensive slurs, Power Rangers, and our biggest regrets in college (less juicier than you’d think, though).