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Guard Frequency Supplemental 01 | David Swofford

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Greetings Citizens and Civilians, and welcome to a special supplemental episode of Guard Frequency, the universe’s premier Star Citizen podcast recorded on Tuesday 13th May 2014 and released for streaming and download on Wednesday 15th May 2014 at GuardFrequency.com

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Alex Mayberry, most famed for being the lead producer of Diablo III and many other Blizzard games has come aboard the good ship RSI as the Executive Producer for Star Citizen. Fresh off the presses and hot on their heels, Tony sits down with David Swofford, Director of Communications at Cloud Imperium Games to talk about new hires, what this means for Star Citizen, alpha testing, and he asks the question we’re all dying to know the answer to: WTFITDFM?!

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Comments (1)

  • seannewboy


    This can only mean good things, thanks for the update.


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