This week as well as the usual news and other tidbits we have Bobby Loertscher from Zen Studios joining us to talk about Castlestorm (and maybe some Zen Pinball).

Enjoy another packed episode of The Vita Cast and don’t forget to join the discussion here on our forum.

Episode 3: Stormin’ Castles With Bobby

Get your questions and comments in the show by emailing us at podcast@thevitalounge.net. The weekly podcast will go up every Wednesday if everything goes as planned.

Intro Music: Space Rocket by V-Axys

Outro Music by Kyle Von

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Tyler Olthoff is a 24 year old who has been gaming since he can remember. In love with almost all types of games, the only type he can't stand (and that's probably because he sucks at it) is fighting games. His favorite genres would have to be shooters, RPGs, and adventure games. He owns almost every new system out there including PS4, PS3, XB1, PSVita and the 3DS, but barely plays any of them as it's mainly his good old Vita getting the attention!
  • Owen McNamara

    That community manager review was a nice addition. Would love to hear more interviews, especially with developers! Vita seems to be especially sensitive to community/developer interaction, so more of these interviews would be a definite plus! It’s certainly got me looking at Castle Storm, when I wasn’t interested before. Also appreciate keeping it near the 1-hour mark (I’m new to podcasts, but personally that amount of time “feels right”).

    You know… Here’s a crazy idea. Shahid Kamal Ahmad (@shahidkamal) is a really community-friendly and extremely pro-Vita voice on Twitter and elsewhere. It would be really cool if you could get him on the show every now or then. I bet he’d be open to the idea!

    • Kyle Wakeling

      Some very good points, Owen. We are trying to engage the developer/publisher community as well – you’ll be seeing guests in the podcast pretty often I’d say.

      Also, regarding your second point, we are trying to keep the cast at within 15 or 20 minutes of an hour either way (more likely to be long than short, though).

      PS; Shahid is definitely someone we’re interested in talking to 😉