Ed Annunziata & Ecco the Dolphin

June 20, 2019 00:56:28
Ed Annunziata & Ecco the Dolphin
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Ed Annunziata & Ecco the Dolphin
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Show Notes

Ed Annunziata joined me on the latest episode of the show to discuss the Sega Genesis classic Ecco the Dolphin as well as discuss Space War Area, which launched earlier this year on the Nintendo Switch.

We delve into his love of programming that kickstarted his career, starting with Pyramid Run in 1984. He has stuck with the same team since Ecco, modernizing the development approach that has stuck with them for the last three decades.

You can  follow Ed on Twitter @edannunziata and follow him on YouTube.

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