It's episode two of Play This!, and we already have the legendary Dan Hsu from GamesBeat in the studio. Just like Jason, he's working his way through Avatar: The Last Airbender on Netflix. Who cares if it's a kid's show from more than five years ago? It's awesome. He's also got a great tip on a fantastic chiptunes artist for you. Carlos found a website that is trying to preserve all the old sounds from our youth that are fading away. Alex discovered the excelled Charlie Kaufman film Adaptation from a decade ago, also available on Netflix. And again, we all talk a bit about how fantastic The Walking Dead game is. If you want something new to watch, listen to, or play, you gotta give this show a listen.
Links from this week's episode:
Remember what TV static used to sound like? Or a Speak & Spell? The Museum of Endangered Sounds won't let you forget. Ah, nostalgia.
Dive into an old-school point and click adventure game with Resonance.
The funding is complete, but check out John K's kickstarter campaign for Cans Without Labels.
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