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Tone Control

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Steve Gaynor of The Fullbright Company sits down with noteworthy video game developers for an in-depth conversation about their career and creative process, and the tricky work of establishing and maintaining a cohesive tone in their games.

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4.9 out of 5 stars from 113 ratings
  • Essential Listen

    This podcast might not be producing new episodes, but it's worth listening to from the start. Each developer they interview is a fanstastic insight into the game design and development process. If you like games, or make games, this is an excellent learning resource.

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    Spiral Ganglion
    Canada5 years ago
  • Great Talks with Great Developers

    The Davey Wreden episode was Amazing!

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    United States6 years ago
  • Thnx

    Awesome interview with Davey Wreden

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    Rina Skazki
    Russia6 years ago
  • Your Favorite Game Designer's Favorite Podcast

    Steve is a great interviewer and selects great guests, that each offer a unique perspective on the art of game design. A must listen for all game developers.

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    United States6 years ago
  • My fav dev podcast

    Steve! The community needs you, please return post haste!

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    United States7 years ago

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