The OntoGeek podcast crew (Aaron Gotzon and Oscar Strik) are back with a new episode, this time dedicated to the topic of police in games. Our very special guests this time are freelance critic Austin Walker (@austin_walker) and blogger / YouTube creator Shareef Jackson (@ShareefJackson). Along the way we talk about police in gaming and fiction, and the use of music to code (game) spaces. Later on, we discuss a variety of games we’ve recently been playing. Here’s an overview of the topics and any relevant notes and links:
- Introduction, followed by Nobuo Uematsu — “Mako Reactor” (Final Fantasy VII)
- Main topic: Police in games, Battlefield: Hardline, and others.
- What have we been playing?
- Final links:
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Thanks for listening, leave some comments for us or our guests, and we hope to see you back next time!