Time Extend Podcast #17 – Fantastic Planet with Jordan Greer

Gaming 127 March 13, 2019 by

Later this year, Gran Turismo 2 will mark its 20th anniversary. And with it comes another reason to reflect, because it was Gran Turismo 2 that inspired the very site you’re reading this post on right now.

The racing genre sure has changed in those two decades, but one thing has stayed largely the same: the dedication and passion of the GTPlanet community. This week, Brendan and I chatted with GTPlanet’s very own Jordan Greer about the site’s journey from an MSN community page to the largest sim racing destination on the web, as well as Jordan’s own expectations for where The Real Driving Simulator could be headed in the future. It’s part of a larger initiative we’re kicking off on Time Extend to focus on the people who have contributed to the games we love so much, and we hope you enjoy it.

But that’s not all. There’s still some good old-fashioned discussion to be had around the first highly-anticipated racer to drop in 2019: Dirt Rally 2.0. And what better way to close out this jam-packed episode than with your favorite Ridge Racer memories? We asked for unforgettable moments, you delivered, and now one lucky listener gets to take home a copy of a really great album as a prize.

Time Extend is conveniently available wherever fine podcasts are found, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Play, Soundcloud, and Stitcher. We encourage you to follow us on Twitter @time_extend and share your thoughts on the show right here on GTPlanet’s forums.

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