Wed, 4 May 2011
It's been a loooong time ...
Podtoid is back, with an all-new cast, except for that really annoying Brit guy who ruins everything. Jim Sterling is joined by Jonathan Holmes, Max Scoville and Tara Long for a new generation of Podtoid. You love it, you slags!
This week, we talk about PC gaming versus console gaming, what Sony could do to make up for the PSN outage, and whether or not Project Cafe can breathe fire while growing new arms and finding Lion King stickers. It all makes sense once you start listening. We promise.
As always, you can subscribe on iTunes, or listen right here. It's your choice!
Tue, 27 April 2010
Podtoid will be taking a hiatus. It'll be back in some form, unquestionably, but we're not quite sure when or how (or who). But it will definitely be back.
Tue, 20 April 2010
This episode includes a lot of discussion about games and stuff, but in reality it's mainly about Brad Nicholson's knowledge of Robocop (and, ironically, his complete lack of knowledge regarding Buckaroo Banzai).
Also, the Big Looming Changes to Podtoid are announced a few minutes in.
Thu, 15 April 2010
Here it is.
Tue, 6 April 2010
We talk about games and stuff in this episode, but the conversation doesn't really pick up until the final ten minutes. After the proper, let's-talk-about-videogames show ends, Adam Dork starts linking us to pictures of crabs and giving his own unique commentary.
And that's pretty fun.
Here is a list of the pictures Adam is talking about:
Tue, 30 March 2010
This is the Scarface video we're talking about: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uovMpapeCJQ
It's pretty awesome.
This week, the regular cast minus Brad discussed PAX East, the 3DS, and a bunch of listener questions.
Hope you dig it.
Tue, 23 March 2010
I (Anthony) don't show up until after the break, but I'm pretty sure that this week's episode is primarily about random news nonsense and an extended Games of the Week segment dealing with Metro 2033 and Splinter Cell Conviction.
Linde and Brad aren't around for this one, but Leray showed up. Enjoy.
Tue, 16 March 2010
I'd be lying if I said this week's Podtoid wasn't a little on the calm side, but our two loudest cast members are missing, and Leray and I were tired from our respective trips back from GDC. Such is life.
Either way, the Podtoid crew discussed Brenda Brathwaite's Train, Portal 2, and our least favorite videogame bosses.
Tue, 9 March 2010
AARREN, Anthony, and Brad won't be joining us for this episode thanks to GDC so we told you you were getting a listener's question episode. Well too bad, you are just going to have to deal with a real show, complete with stories and news items and sports! Instead of Jim holding the helm, Samit is in control. Can he successfully run two Podtoids in a row without a derailment? Stick with us to find out about the real, mystery identity of our guest co-host, Samit failing at #quickhits, Jim playing with his Wii, Topher's time idea, dogsuit, and much more.
Oh, and there might be a listener question or two at the end.
Thu, 4 March 2010
We restrained ourselves from completely spoiling Heavy Rain's story in Monday's episode of Podtoid so that we could spoil the night away in a special Extra Gaiden Alpha episode of Podtoid.
This is that episode.
In it, we discuss our feelings toward the Heavy Rain's story and how it handles the player's agency within that story. Jim also does a Kevin Spacey impression.
Additionally, there's a bit at the very end where right before signing off, Samit says, "well, it's a quarter to midnight." Adam cut the recording there, but we went on to decide that "It's a Quarter To Midnight" was the name of Samit's Nickelback cover band, and that the next time he's at an E3 party he has to do a karaoke version of "Hero."