Displaying episodes 1 - 30 of 80 in total
JM repeatedly cuts Robbie off, ignores his answers, then leaves abruptly. Robbie guides us through some of his musical endeavours.
Re-experience the classic ForkCast list episode format with brand new content from your trendy upgraded hosts JayheMania and Robo-Robbie!
JM and Robbie hit the ground running in this meandering chat about recent Devolver news as well as several personal anecdotes, including Robbie's epic battle with the reigning EVO Streetfighter champion.
With Robbie drunk and gone, JM settles in to interview Kinsey Burke, famous YouTuber, public relationist, and most recently a producer at Chuhai Labs. She shares her love of retro technologies and talks about her unconventional journey into the world of video games.
Robbie, Robbie, JM, JW, and Terri all gather 'round the garage to discuss the new card game Dustbiters.
Robbie and JM talk about upcoming games and events, make up several new theme songs, and answer a few choice questions from the Twitterverse.
Just chillin'. Talkin' nonsense. And videogames. Nonsense and video games.
One of our favourite people stops in just to chat and talk about what he's been up to and what he's looking forward to in the near future.
"Death's Door" developer Acid Nerve flies into the Forkcast to take a swing at explaining the secrets of their incredible success and to learn about exciting advancements in office chair technology.
Robbie brings his friend and former accidental bootlegger/gonzo game journalist Matt Martin (aka @freshmattic) on the show and they talk about how video game media has changed over the years.
DeadToast, the creator of "My Friend Pedro," flips onto the ForkCast to share his lifetime journey from Click and Play all the way to unexpected rockstardom, and to plug his new mobile game.
JM and Robbie have a nice chat with Josh Cauller, a nice TrailerCraftsman who recently joined Devolver full-time. Nice.
Hotline Miami OST contributor Scattle drops in to visit with Robbie and JM, share his experience of creating music alongside other incredible artists, and share what he's been working on lately.
Fresh from the fields of failure, Robbie and JM take the time to count up their triumphs and share a few of their favorite victories.
Robbie is taking a break from watching the footie long enough to chat with JM about the wonderful miracle of failure, and how it helps us all to grow.
The listing of every Devolver title to date continues, leading all the way up to the not-too-distant future!
It's just JM, and he's just... listing Devolver games? And saying one or two things about them? There might be a couple of good anecdotes in there.
In a fit of megalomania, JM decides that he'd like to spend an episode talking about voice-acting, and the fellas talk about some of the best and worst voice acting that they've experienced in games. Also, E3 just happened.
Free Lifer and Terra Nil project lead Sam Alfred pops in, to dish the deets on how he got to where he is and what it's like "working" at Free Lives.
JM is back from building his boat, and so instead of talking about video games, Robbie and JM talk about the process of building a boat!
While JM builds a boat, Robbie enlists photographer, podcaster, and all-around games industry creative butterfly, Gareth Dutton, onto the Forkcast to talk about documenting game development and why Robbie will never win at fighting games.
Straight from the release party for Essays on Empathy, Devolver Producer Juan de la Torre shares his heartfelt philosophy for taking games from dreams to reality.
Excitement abounds as Robbie and JM explore their own personal histories with the experience known as hype, and question the value of such all-consuming emotional investment.
After more than a year of ForkCasting, JM and Robbie finally take the plunge into listing their favorite and most notable multiplayer and cooperative games.
As requested by someone on the Devolver Discord server, JM and Robbie attempt to convey what the "typical" life cycle of an indie game might be, from preconception to the afterlife.
Devolver employee Matt Nickerson muscles his way onto the ForkCast to tell his story, and, unfamiliar with the concept of being a guest, makes it his business to antagonize Robbie and JM.
Bereft of compelling content, JM and Robbie shjoot the shjit about what games they've been playing, hypothesize superior methods of human/digital interface, and consider the necessity of rebranding an archaic and offensive term that somehow still exists.
Special guest Adoné Kitching, currently of Devolver's production team and previously of Free Lives, shares her experiences and journey from the world of cultural anthropology to the world of herding cats.
Celebrating one year of the ForkCast, Robbie and JM invite the real marketing genius Nigel Lowrie to share his secrets of excellence and, more importantly, faking excellence.
In JM's absence, Robbie delivers a meandering soliloquy to nobody in particular about how to be less like Devolver and more like you.
Copyright © 2021 Devolver Digital Inc.