The Polygamer podcast launched in July 2014 to broaden the discussion of diversity and equality in gaming. Across eight years and 137 guests, hundreds of stories have been told, looking at everything from masculinity and polyamory to accessibility and ludomusicology.
In this final episode, I tie those stories together, bringing Polygamer to a close with reflections and clips from eight of my most memorable interviews.
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