Today on Sup, Holmes? we have Christine Love, developer of Analogue: A Hate Story, Digital: A Love Story, the very EVO appropriate text-based fighting game Lake City Rumble II:The New Challengers, and many others. Christine designed a text-adventure which has become an underdog hit on Steam -- quite an achievement in today's graphics focused culture. I'd love to know how she pulled that off, and what her plans are for her next game. She's also a big fighting game fan, so we're sure to be talking about EVO, the FGC, and how the language of text adventures and fighters overlap.
You'll get all that more on today's live recording of Sup, Holmes?. The show starts at 1pm PST/4pm EST, so please join us in the chat, ask some questions, and help us to make this the best episode of anything ever made for all time.
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