This week's guest is the great Jason Killingsworth, one half of the team that literally wrote the book on Dark Souls. Jason was one of those people that inspired me to do this podcast, even though I don't think he knew that until we recorded this episode. Jason has been into Souls since the very beginning, and has wrote numerous articles on the series. This conversation drifts in between Souls and life, religion, and how Dark Souls can teach us lessons on parenting.
If you're reading this (and I have no idea how many of you read these notes), I just want to say thank you for listening and/or guesting. Episode 100 is just a number, but it seems like an accomplishment. Over 100 individual guests, all with their own unique stories, all told in their own voice in their own way. I've been remarkably lucky to have all of you listeners and guests. I'm writing this before recording the intro of the show, and I'm planning on rambling a bit thanking people there as well, so I'll try to keep this brief: Thanks!
- Jason Killingsworth
- Jason Killingsworth (@KillingsWords) | Twitter
- You Died: A Retrospective — Jason Killingsworth
- Dark Souls review: Is a 100-hour video game ever worthwhile?
- Opinion: Long live the long RPG - Edge Online — (Note: this is the web archive version of Jason's response to Michael Thomsen's Slate essay, and as such all the image links are broken, but the text is still there)
- You Died – The Dark Souls companion
- Keza MacDonald (@kezamacdonald) | Twitter
- Jason and Miyazaki, at From Software HQ