Geek Speak 84.5: BAFTA Games Awards 2017

We have a very special episode of Geek Speak for you today!

Lauren attended BAFTA Games Awards 2017, where she had a chance to talk to some of the brightest, talented creators and performers of the video game industry.

Here is a compilation of her interviews, enjoy:

  • Danny Wallace – BAFTA Games 2017 Host
  • Josh Watson – Rocket League
  • Cissy Jones – Firewatch
  • Lyndon Holland – Virginia
  • John Romero – Video Game Legend
  • Numinous Games – That Dragon Cancer
  • Fumito Ueda and Jun Yoshino – The Last Guardian
  • Jeffrey Kaplan – Overwatch
  • Naughty Dog – Uncharted 4

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  1. Well done Lauren. Excellent interviews! If I met John Romero, I’d probably squeal for a solid 8 minutes but you managed to actually ask intelligent (and intelligible) questions!!!

    Also, superb Zarya impression Alex.

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