The Combo Podcast — Monitors, DRM, and VR

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In this episode, Bane discusses some latest VR trends, his need and desire for a high-refresh monitor, as well as his disgust for Facebook. Oh and he turns out to be a piracy advocate.


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The Combo Podcast – We’re Going Mining

Catching up with E3 and the Rockstar/Take-Two’s GTA 5 modding debacle. We also discuss Brian’s new gaming rig and the absurd price increases of PC components in the US.


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Tokyo 42: Interview with SMAC Games — The Combo Podcast

A fantastic episode with Sean Wright and Maciek Strychalski of SMAC Games, the brothers who developed Tokyo 42 here in London.

Tokyo 42 is perhaps one of the most unique titles of this year and recent memory, with a beautiful blend of game design, mechanics, and music.

This episode is all about their experience developing the game; the difficulties they faced and the lessons they learned.

It was an absolute pleasure to speak to them and I hope you find this episode informative and enjoyable.

Tokyo 42 is available on Steam and Xbox One with a Playstation 4 release around July.

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I am slowly transitioning off this blog and moving to the Combo Blog (salimbo.com), where you can find my articles as well as the podcast.

Just Launched the Combo Blog

So I want to move away from this dated WordPress site as it just serves as hosting my podcasts. I want to write gaming articles on the Combo Blog under the Combo brand but continue the podcasts without the need for additional webpages.

It’s a beautiful site, if I do say so myself, and runs incredibly quickly. I had a lot of trouble setting it up the way I wanted with all the infrastructure, but finally got the speed and scalability I wanted. WordPress is quite “heavy” and I feel it affects the experience of what the website is about – just reading.

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