Podcast: The Year According To Kris

Drawing things to a close.

It’s time for the final entry in our Year According To series for 2015. It’s a been a long old road, and I hope you’ve enjoyed all of the interviews. I’d just like to take a minute to thank everyone who took the time out of their day to talk to me, and to Teflon for helping me set things up.

In a small twist, this final episode sees Teflon interviewing me. We actually started things off by getting introspective and talking about the process of putting The Year According To podcasts together, before chatting a little about my visits to Rezzed and EGX, as well as the frustrations associated with breaking my wrist.

I do, of course, pick out a few of my favourite games from the year. I think it’s safe to say that long time podcasts listeners can guess at least one of them, but hopefully the other two are something a little different.

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  1. Great podcast and a fitting finale to a great end of year series. Nice work guys ;)

  2. Agree with freezebug2. Fantastic overview of all episodes so far in the “According to … ” series. Made me think of all the good topics mentioned and quotes to remember. Great guests. Really well done Tef and Kris.
    I totally agree with you Kris about fitness centres and running – exactly same thinking ^^
    I won’t play the prison game you were talking about but in terms of choices and them not being “black&white” you should play Witcher 3. The game will give you exactly the same thing you are talking about here. The developers even said that there are no good choices in the Witcher world (as in Andrzej Sapkowskis’ books), only bad and less bad.
    Once again – congrats on ALL podcasts in 2015.

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