A podcast about gaming & technology by a bunch of crazy programmers/gamers.
Overall topic this episode is MMOs, their evolution, and our experiences with them. (Recorded on August 12th, 2015)
P.S. Our publishing schedule seriously sucks. This episode was recorded 8 months ago and was a major editing task. That’s why we have started doing Sidequests a few months which need nearly no editing compared to regular episodes. The plan is to try and get the editing work needed for episodes down to about as little as sidequests. Time will tell if we succeed or not :)
Our first Sidequest is an adventure (discussion/rant) into the world of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
P.S. Sidequests is a new concept we’re trying out where we focus on a single topic. It’s a kind of spin-off of the “What are we playing?” segment from our regular episodes. The idea is to do very little editing to Sidequests to keep publish time to a minimum. So if you find the editing/audio quality lower than usual, there’s a reason for it. If you have any thoughts and/or complaints, we’d love to hear it :)
Overall topic this episode is VR and why it's coming back. (Recorded on August 5th, 2015)
P.S. Due to summer holiday trips, and otherwise heat-induced chaos, this episode is published just over a month after it we recorded it. With summer heat strokes and obligatory “zomg its hot must have holiday kthxbye” craziness out of the way, new episodes should come on a more regular basis in the future :)
Overall topics this week are lots of FAIL in the news, and the transition from last to current gen consoles. (Recorded on July 12th, 2015)
P.S. Our original recording for this episode was just under 2 hours long. So in an effort spare our listeners from extended brain damage, a lot of rambling (mostly by Jim) was cut short, or cut out completely to get a more concise and on-topic episode. And in the spirit of embracing FAIL, we’ve left remarks about recording length that don’t make sense as a lot of rambling was cut out.
Overall topic this week is E3 and gaming in general.