One of the reasons you tune in is because you realize that Spawn On Me is not your typical gaming podcast and this week’s show typifies that! Kahlief and Cicero welcome Colin Moriarty, former IGN editor and co-founder of the mega successful Kinda Funny and Kinda Funny Games, to Brookago. We talk Long Island, the Islanders, Hip-Hop, and you know with two Republicans on the show you’re gonna get a good dose of politics! Somehow even with all of that going the guys find time to talk gaming. Check it out!
Cicero is off galavanting on the West Coast, so Kahlief has decided to take the show back to his college radio roots! Shareef Jackson joins him to talk about all the games they’ve been playing and academia’s lack of awareness as to just how much diversity is needed. Kah also shares some Destiny war stories and talks about the move to Paetron for fundraising.
Kahlief and Cicero hang with some of the masterminds behind IndieE3 to talk about their newest endevor called ADAF (Alternative Digital Arts Festival). We dig into how the Alt-Games space has changed over the past couple of years, the planned focus of ADAF, and how the greater gaming public can learn from exploring. Austin C Howe, Zolani Stewart and TJ Thomas make their Brookago debuts this week.
We go interstellar this week by inviting the hosts of the award-winning FanBros show! DJ BenHaMeen and Tatiana King-Jones visit Brookago to talk all things FanBros and help us recap E3!
Also on this episode: Cicero breaks down the HBCU status hierarchy.