Episode 32: Terminator 3: The World Gone Sour with Bennett Smith

63 minutes

This week, video game writer and director Bennett Smith (Fallout 4, Destiny, Dishonored series) joins Kiff to talk about his process and what he experiences and expects from actors he works with on some of the biggest titles in contemporary video games. A multi skilled artist who works with actors on a daily basis, Bennett shares his insights on what works, what books, and his love of storytelling and the art of gaming.

You can follow Bennett on Twitter @cbennettsmith and check out his website at www.cbennettsmith.com and look for his new novel GodPharm in September. www.godpharm.com

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