That's not a wrench, its another Postmortem! This week, we are so pleased to sit down and discuss the debut title from White Paper Games, Ether One! This is a special episode, not just because Ether One is the first Postmortem title we've discussed that features Oculus Rift support, not just because a few of the developers are members of The Axehead Army, but because we are joined on this Postmortem by Game Designer Pete Bottomley and Technical Artist James Burton!

Settle in with a beverage for a super-size Postmortem as we delve into Ether One! 

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Comment by bloodaxe on May 4, 2014 at 9:07am

I couldn't be happier to hear this game is coming to PS4. Hopefully it arrives on PSN sooner then later. 

Comment by Uncle Dude on May 4, 2014 at 11:11pm

I'll definitely give this a listen once I've finished the game.   

Comment by Marco de Toledo on May 5, 2014 at 2:51pm

I've just stopped listening at the mark of 14:30 and I'm sold. As the game is coming out to PS4 I will buy this game. This is too subjective to miss.

Comment by Madmouse on May 5, 2014 at 8:11pm

 I've been waiting for this! And we get an extended version whit some of the authors!? FUCK YEAH! Damn i'm lucky! Thanks guys!

Comment by CannonGoBoom on May 7, 2014 at 1:55am
I really enjoyed this postmortem. Having the devs join you made it even better. Hopefully you guys can talk some more Indy devs into future postmortems. I've been curious about this game since joining in on the live streams and this has definitely sold me on this game. I'll be picking it up as soon as I can.

Brent, it would be great if you could stream some more puzzle games in the future. I think the group puzzle solving was a really great enhancement to watching the ether one stream.
Comment by James Burton on May 8, 2014 at 2:41pm

Finally got round to listening to this! It was really awesome to talk to you both! Glad everyone else is enjoying it :p 

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