Sup Holmes loses its job with David Gallant
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This week on Sup Holmes we welcome David Gallant to the program. David is probably best known for losing his job after releasing a game called I Get This Call Everyday. He's also worked on the blood cell excitement title Hemo Racers, the procrastination decimation sim Apocalypse Later, the platforming love letter A Game For Ana, and many other games. David has also written for Gamasutra and PSNStores, riding the line between developer and critic.
David feels strongly about a lot of things. He's written about how the term "indie" can do more harm that good, the magic of Ludum Dare, the meaning of "Games Journalism", and a lot more. We'll be talking to David about all that whatever else comes up starting tomorrow at 1pm PST/4pm EST, so make sure to join us! Setup email comments
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