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Your Game Source

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Your #1 Source for All Gaming News!

Customer Reviews

From one podcaster to another-needs work

Listened to a few of their episodes, first thing that jumps out is sound quality. Some on the show sound ok, sound quality-wise,others are just absolutely terrible, definitely makes them hard to listen to. I swear it sounded like one guy must have been using a webcam mic from '94. Overall the whole thing is pretty dry. I can tell that these are people who know the subject matter, but most everything is delivered in such a dry, passionless way. Sometimes feels more like I'm being read an annual stock report than listening to a podcast about video games. I think in general there's just a big lack of personality. Nobody seemed very passionate or interested in what they were doing, and that makes it kind of boring to listen to. The hosts seemed to be so dedicated to following the structure that they'd laid out, it just seems so rigid. Like following the format is more important than having fun or delivering something that is entertaining to listen to. Remember guys, video games are about having fun! You should at least seem like you're having fun when you're talking about them. They had this girl Pattie on their newest episode, and that was really new and refreshing. She seems like a strong personality, and they need more like her. One thing that really does shine through is a massive PS3 bias. Now, I don't really have anything against Sony, but I really think that the show could benefit from having some more well-rounded opinions on, because such a glaring bias is, honestly, pretty unattractive. I think that a lot of these problems could be solved by maybe rotating out directing/hosting duties every once in a while. Maybe you'll find among your staff someone who brings a new energy to the show. I really don't mean to sound overly negative, and I really hope that you take this as the honest criticism it's intended to be. I really am not trying to be insulting, just honest in my impressions of the show. I was recommended this show, and I was frankly surprised at what I found. It's clear that at least some of these people care, otherwise they wouldn't still be doing it, and it would be fantastic to see the show improve and succeed! As I said, I'm a podcaster too, and I know that if I got this kind of feedback, I'd take notice. Hope you guys keep it going!

Great Stuff!

Podcast audio varies with each episode but the content and the conversations are fun to hear. The crew seems like their having a great time and that comes across on the podcast. The fact there one of the few non-explicit video game podcasts allows me to listen to it at work and on the road with the kids. Keep up the great work everyone!

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  • Category: Podcasting
  • Language: English

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