We go straight into his history with the iPad, and where he’d like to see it go.
(Previously released on Substack on 5th May.)
At the old day job soon after listening to the above, I spent an entire week listening to multiple past ‘Geshcast‘ episodes, and I was sold. Funny, enjoyable, and relatable. Then, I joined the Cult of Geshcast, a podcast series he currently does with co-leader Phil, where they discuss past cults in each episode.
Here, we go through the history of his podcasting, and his guesting on other shows, alongside his illustration career and our two mutual favourite documentaries.
Episodes mentioned featuring Gavin:
We first started talking when Stuart asked for ideas for games to put on his new PS Classic.
Since then I’ve discovered how Stuart has been heavily involved in Sonic the Comic Online, Retronauts, and lots more with his great talents in art and writing.
We discuss all of this throughout the episode, and as is seemingly the norm on some episodes now, the favourite game he speaks about turns out to be appearing on the upcoming Mega Drive Mini.
Charlotte has written for VG47, Destructoid and many more, and is a talking head on the Cane and Rinse podcast.
This is an episode where we talk all about writing for sites when in a totally different country, alongside working a full-time job. I also get fully introduced to a series that I’ve not known much of until Smash Bros’ recent update made me aware of it, so Charlotte explains what the games entail.
Ben is the developer of Obscura, a fantastic camera app which I use much more than the stock camera app from Apple these days.
We, shockingly, go all into Ben’s history with Metal Gear, his favourite moments of the series, what he would like to see next in a new entry, and just which entry and boss stage he’s picked.