Space Tomato is joined by a new guest every week to discuss Star Citizen development in regard to their expertise or perspective. Hear from industry professionals, game developers, Youtube content creators, and more as we explore the ins and outs of what makes Star Citizen work, how it got to where it is, and what people love (or hate) about it so much. Learn the latest about the latest features and developments in Star Citizen and other space games once a week every week, full of info, humor, wisdom, and a couple of rants. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/launchsequence/support
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I appreciate the depth of the content, and that I can download and listen while biking or driving.
stop bleeping profanity.
Even though Space Tomato just completed his 100th episode, I consider him a "newish" member to the podcasting space. And so far, I'm very impressed with his content. He provides engaging and professional analysis on Star Citizen. A game most consider a space sim, but could also be characterized as a new, evolving technology for gaming. His shows are mature, entertaining and the production quality is excellent. Congratulations...
This is a fantastic show for fans of Star Citizen who want to hear more than fawning over ships. Great discussions on everything from on a broad scale, like greater vision and scope of the game or how it relates to other MMOs, down into nitty gritty details like specific features or flight models and how they’ll affect the game now and in the future more
Easily the most like-able and relatable Star Citizen content creator. *Mostly* steers clear of politics, SJW crap and other junk listeners didn’t ask for.
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Launch Sequence launched 2 years ago and published 128 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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