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Chat With Tim Schafer Today on Kotaku Talk Radio

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Later today, Double Fine's Tim Schafer, the man behind Brutal Legend, joins us on Kotaku Talk Radio to chat about gaming and take your calls.

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If you've ever had a burning question for Schafer, now is the time to get it answered. We expect a high volume of calls during this show, so it's probably a good idea to start calling in to (347) 857-3782 the second we kick the show off at 1 p.m. Eastern on Wednesday. Remember, you can always use Skype to call a land line if you're international or local.

To those of you new to Kotaku Talk Radio, every Wednesday at 1 p.m. Eastern we stream a live video game talk show through the tubes of the Internet straight into your home and ears. You can pick up a phone, or use Skype, and call us to chat, ask questions or harass Totilo.

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While Schafer will be an important part of the show, we will also be talking about holiday layoffs, the gaming glut and listening to some lovely game-themed music.

Schafer is the founder of Double Fine Productions. While his latest game to hit consoles is Jack Black rock anthem Brutal Legend, he is perhaps best known for his work on such memorable games as Psychonauts, The Secret of Monkey Island, Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle and Grim Fandango.

So mark your clocks now and don't forget to tune in, and call in later today.

Kotaku Talk Radio With Tim Schafer

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I... I'd like to apologize to mister Schafer. Though I absolutely adore the humor and the style of Brutal Legend, it's a terrible chore to play. And I dread the idea of playing through another haphazard excessively chaotic battlefield of musical magic spells, nitro boosted super cars, and all too frequent command miscommunication.