On April 28 2016, The Guardian devoted an entire episode of its Weekly Tech podcast to the rise of indie development and new trends in game design. The guests discuss "the collapse of big studios, the shortening of console lifecycles, and the dawn of strange new ideas like virtual reality and punk rock game design."
Hosted by journalist Keith Stuart, the conversation featured game designer, academic and writer Hannah Nicklin; game developer and previous Bafta Breakthrough Brit Dan Pearce; Shahid Ahmed, ex-director of strategic content at PlayStation, now indie developer; and journalist and author Keza MacDonald. This particular podcast is a must-hear for aspiring game designers.
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