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PS3BlogCast | PS3Blog.net Podcast

By Clint, Isli, MissXya and Guests

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PS3, Vita and PS4 News, Reviews, Podcasts and Giveaways

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great podcast

been following this for a few weeks now. Very entertaining and down to earth!

Natures Greatest Podcast Miracle

Greetings friend.

Feeling out?
Feeling down?
Feel like you don't fit in?
Do you wear a black trench coat?
Own several weapons and write in a journal daily?

If you answered yes to any of those questions you may need professional help or maybe just a friend - in which case you should probably stop being a loner and stop stealing co-workers lunches out of the company lunch room.

If you're not a complete nutjob, come huddle in the warming glow of PS3BLOG.NET's award winning podcast. A new podcast is put out every week and topics include everything Playstation to random topics to why podcast fanboy "Dean147" keeps hanging out in highway rest stops every other night. This quality podcast is almost as catchy as "A-Ha's" song "Take On Me" - come on now, you know you like that song and used to dance like a jellybean possessed in your room to it only when the door was locked. Everyone liked that song and it was number one on the charts for how many weeks? I used to think the lead singers hair had baby birds in it because he looked like he had a nest on it.

Whoah.
Sorry about that.

But seriously folks, iTunes is filled with schlock as far as podcasts are concerned, so why waste your valuable time? You're asking yourself," Where is the chase and how do I cut to it?" The answer comes in the form of three of foul-mouthed chuckleheads that do nothing but sacrifice their personal time and get you exclusive news, rumors, and of course - giveaways and super awesome prizes!

First up, we have the ringleader and diabolical production master, JCMdaddy. At the helm of this crazy train, JCM rallies the troops and sets the podcasts topics to be discussed. Sounds boring, right? Not so - because he does all this while on fire!! How many people you know that can put together a quality podcast and not burn to death? Not many i would assume. JCM is the production guru, able to get sponsors for said podcast that included: Applebees, Ron Pope, and we're currently in talks with absolutely no one else. So basically there's nothing on the horizon and not even a reason to get out of bed. Failure is not an option for this business-savvy individual for the rolling hills of Santa Rosa. This man invented cool and could never be replaced with a common chimp...or could he?

Next up, we have a podcast staple. A regular if you will - think of this man like "Norm" on the show "Cheers". Ladies and gentleman, I give you the cornerstone of PS3BLOG.NET's podcast: Ace. This man was found by JCM quite some time ago along the eastern seaboard picking daisies and living on a high calorie diet of calzones and thin crust pizza. Ace himself is an enigma wrapped inside of tasty question. One never to shy away from defending his love of the Modern Warfare series, intensity is this man's middle name. Not unlike the band "Radiohead" and their arsenal of eclectic sounds - Ace can't be bound by the law of man. He can't be cookie cutter. He can not and will not be sustained. And you listen to everything this man has to say, because if you don't he will eviscerate you on and in the shadowy depths of the internet.

And finally we come to the center of the shrubbery maze. And look! I found a shortcut...because at the center of it is FooBear408. Quite unlike any species on the planet, Foo can not be explained by a common language like english. Considered a deity in some primitive cultures FooBear can bend man's will and has the power of telekinesis and can move things of any size just by blinking.

You were hungry.
And Foo fed you.

You were cold.
And Foo clothed you.

You were jail.
And Foo put money on your books.

Affectionately known as the Betty White of the podcast, FooBear has the intellect of Yogi Berra and possibly a slow-witted six year old. Whilst contributing absolutely nothing to this podcast other than the ability to imbibe mind-altering amounts of any microbrewery type beers, he can tell a decent joke, and relate to the common man. Even going as far as to give his personal opinions on pretty much anything, the Foo never disappoints. The epitome of cool, Foo is a fan favorite on the podcast and PS3BLOG.NET's most popular writer.

So as you can my little iTunes soldier, you stumbled onto indie greatness. If you should choose to subscribe to this podcast, be forewarned that you will salivate for new episodes every week as is the side effect for this mouth-watering audio adventure. The podcast is fully interactive with a hotline of sorts and an actual email you can message all your hate mail for JCM and Ace. While this podcast is fully interactive, with great power comes great responsibility -so be sure to subscribe and stay tuned loyal minion!!

The only PS3 podcast I listen to!

The PS3BlogCast is a great listen. It never gets stale or old for me. It's a very entertaining group. I've been on it a few times myself and I feel right at home, the time just flies by. We have had other writers from the site jump on before and it's great to hear input from others on current gaming news.

It's fun when they go off-topic and chat what about whatever they like. You get to know them better and makes the podcast more personable.

Looking forward to many more podcasts from PS3Blog.net!

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