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Spawn On Me Episode 21: This is Ian Danskin

Kahlief and Cicero are back from their mini hiatuses and have an awesome show for you. In this episode we are joined by the creator of the viral video “This is Phil Fish” Innuendo Studio’s own Ian Danskin. We a dig a little into why “internet culture” is making monsters of us all and how segregated e-sports leagues might not be a bad thing to combat misogyny.

We run down some of the games we’ve been playing and run through our latest installment of True Fronts October release date edition.

This is Phil Fish

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Kahlief Adams

Kahlief was born and raised in the Bronx, New York. As an avid technophile and lover of all things video games. He set his career path in the direction of a life making games until he found out his arch nemesis, “Math,” had other plans in store. So instead of making the next Tetris he found himself writing and talking about games on his website The Spawn Point Blog and Spawn On Me. Check out what I'm blabbering about over @kahjahkins on Twitter. PSN = KAHJAH1 XBL=KAHJAHKINS

  • spookymulderfbi

    i agree with a lot of what ian says, but i think if someone like cliffy b or ken levine said “japanese games suck” (in whatever context), i think we’d have a little of that “damn thats kinda racist” gut reaction but we’d also say “holy shit, the guy who made Gears thinks japanese games suck, i wonder which ones and why”. i think that says a lot about how to be famous and opinionated, letting your reputation reinforce whatever you’re saying. fish has this “who the hell is this guy” vibe still going on, even after Fez, and i think it’s because the game doesnt give him the level of reputation that his words need to carry weight.

    July 16, 2014 at 11:40 am
    • Thanks for commenting, I don’t know if I can fully agree with that. I say that because although he hasn’t had the kind of sales a Cliffy B or Levine game has, his game has totally put him on the map. He’s helped to put some of the indie game scene on the map in some way.

      July 16, 2014 at 8:09 pm

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