We also had David Dufresne, the director of the National Film Board documentary Fort McMoney. Fort McMoney is an episodic documentary video game that plays similar to Myst. However, unlike Myst, everything in the game is real. The documentary is about a number of environmental, economic and social issues around the Northern Alberta boomtown Fort McMurray. David explains how the game came together and how his previous documentary, Prison Valley became the basis for Introversion Software's Prison Architect. The next round begins January 27. Starts at 38:13.
We end off by replaying an interview we did last summer with Jordan Weisman, the creator of the tabletop RPG, Shadowrun. Weisman recently started a video game studio called Harebrained Schemes, which developed a new PC version of his game, called Shadowrun Returns. Jordan discusses the difficulties in moving a game played with friends to the computer screen. Coincidentally, Shadowrun Returns newest DLC, Dragonfall, comes out later this month. Starts at 49:10.