BRB UK 131: A Volume of Bithell

Hold on to that seat of your pants kids because you’re about go flying by them! But enough about our plans to created underwear powered  propulsion systems, it’s time for another splendiferous episode of BRB UK.

Get your ears prepped for this one because we have the creator of Thomas was Alone and Volume joining us this week… Mike Bithell!

Listen in as we chat with Mr Bithell about:

  • Starting out in his gaming career
  • Creating Thomas was Alone
  • Working with Sony
  • Volume andthe future
  • Eurogamer’s new review scoring system
  • More trouble following Godus
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  1. Ridcullys Hat

    Great episode and fascinating interview. As mentioned before, molyneux not upholding his promises? It isn’t surprising but for me, it’s part of his charm. Reminds me of baron Munchhausen. Spins an elaborate tale and its all really entertaining but its as far from the truth as can be.

  2. CloudStyle

    Great to hear such an informative Podcast, not that you fine chaps aren’t always informative but you know what I mean!

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