The following is an episode of The Drawing Board, a podcast by With a Terrible Fate that highlights the unstructured conversations about video games from which our analytical content is derived.

Welcome to Episode 2 of The Drawing Board, a new podcast by With a Terrible Fate.

In the last episode, Dan and I discussed the site’s origins as a blog I kept analyzing the storytelling of Majora’s MaskBut the seeds of With a Terrible Fate were planted even earlier, when Dan and I attended high school together and had the opportunity to conduct independent projects analyzing the storytelling of video games.

How did this original work prefigure With a Terrible Fate? How can you—and why should you—convince your own teachers to let you study video games?

Listen in, and find out.

Aaron Suduiko

Aaron Suduiko - Founder and Chief Video Game Analyst

Aaron Suduiko is the founder of With a Terrible Fate and studies the philosophy of video game storytelling. He specializes in the impact of player-avatar relations on game stories.  Learn more here.

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