That Shelf’s long look back at our favourite games of the past decade. Here’s our look at the last 10 years in gaming.
In this episode, Gabby talks with Adam Hines and Bryant Cannon of Night School Studios, the creators of the critically-acclaimed game Oxenfree and the upcoming game Afterparty.
On this episode of Play Dead, Gabby talks with Dan Salvato, the creator of the critically-acclaimed, romance-slash-horror visual novel game Doki Doki Literature Club.
In the season three premiere of Play Dead, Gabby talks with Giant Sparrow Creative Director Ian Dallas about the critically-acclaimed What Remains of Edith Finch.
In the third volume of our R.I.P. compilation episodes, Gabby speaks with Play Dead’s season 2 guests about their most memorable video game deaths.
In this episode, Gabby speaks with Sophia Park and Penelope Evans, the co-creators of Arc Symphony and the recently released LOCALHOST.
Gabby speaks with developer Matt Klimas about the beauty of graveyards and the card game Grim Acres.
In this episode of Full Hearts, Braydon and Natalie speak to independent game developer and photographer N Maxwell Lander about exploring sex in games, kink and sexuality, and games about ƒµ©*¡π§!
In this episode, Gabby speaks with Klaus Lyngeled of Zoink Games about their upcoming games Fe and Flipping Death.
This week’s arcade highlights the work of diverse creators and pushes for a more inclusive games industry.
Butterscotch Shenanigans’ Sam Coster talks about developing Crashlands after being diagnosed with cancer.
In this episode, Braydon and Natalie speak to Kaitlin Tremblay about their favourite video game friendships, how to make friends playing games, and the infamous blue shell.
In this special episode, Gabby speaks with all of Play Dead’s Season 2 guests about their most memorable video game deaths.
It’s a Dork Shelf podcast crossover as Play Dead host Gabby DaRienzo joins The Shelf to talk about death and her upcoming game A Mortician’s Tale.
In this special VR episode, Gabby speaks with EVE: Valkyrie lead designer Andrew Willans and Globes VR creator Kim Koronya about death and empathy in virtual reality.