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A talk with Steve Gaynor about life after Gone Home

Chris Plante co-founded Polygon in 2012 and is now editor-in-chief. He co-hosts The Besties, is a board member of the Frida Cinema, and created NYU’s first games journalism course.

Last year, The Fullbright Company released Gone Home, earning a rush of positive reviews and awards.

So what's life been like since then? The Fullbright Company's co-founder Steve Gaynor was kind enough to make time during GDC to chat about life after Gone Home. The conversation extends beyond that, naturally, digging into his experience designing the layout of Gone Home's home, reading those early reviews and changing the set up of The Fullbright Company. Originally, the crew shared a home in Portland, but now, thanks to a successful game, they've found their own homes.

Looks like I've hit my "home" allowance for the day. That's a wrap, see you tomorrow when we invite the creators of Home Alone to discuss E.T.'s phone home.

(Actually, I think we'll just talk with the folks from Capybara.)