We didn’t take last week off, it was lost due to technical issues. So to make up for it, this week’s show is twice as wasteful of your time! We discuss news, our Tokyo Games Show predictions, and tease some upcoming changes to the show that will begin with episode 49. Enjoy!
Note: We recorded this before any TGS news came out, so if we sound a little behind, it’s because we were! Early TGS stuff looks great though and there’s still time for some of our predictions to come true.
Back from Alaska, I’m back and ready to get rolling on the podcast once more. Joined by Brad we discuss the news of the past week, including the successful hacking of the PS3 by a group of, well, hackers. Other topics include BioShock Infinite, Metroid Other M’s trailer, what we’ve been playing, and other things of questionable quality. Enjoy!
Not a standard episode exactly, but still great listening as I preview Classic Gaming Expo with Blake and Stephen. The Expo is in Las Vegas this weekend and Stephen and I will be attending and reporting back next week. Traditional Stupid Gamer podcast episodes will also resume next week. Enjoy the show!
Brad, Sean, and I give our reactions to the E3 2010 press conferences. Sean is new on the podcast, but it’s most likely just his first in many appearances. We give our grades on the three main conferences, tell what our favorite moments were, and also bag on things that didn’t go so well. Enjoy the show!
Brad and Rahmel join me for another edition of the Stupid Gamer podcast. We dig into the leaked premium PSN details, Insomniac going multiplatform, Killzone 3 announcement, and much more. Enjoy the show!
Episode 40 is here, and we talk about the recent announcement of the Nintendo 3DS and I vent about something that bothered me regarding Heavy Rain. All spoilers with Heavy Rain are preceded by a lengthy warning. You won’t accidentally hear anything you shouldn’t, and I save it for the end. Enjoy!
A few people have emailed me and asked me why we bother doing the podcast. They can see that we have no sponsors, our audio quality is well behind our contemporaries, and we’re sporadic with our releases. Well, the answer is simple…people are listening to them!
Next episode is going to be episode 40, so I figured I’d dig around and see what kind of history we’ve had. For any interested, here are some statistics.
Average Listeners Per Show: ?243.4
Most Downloaded Episode: Episode #25 – Used for a Small Discount
Least Downloaded Episode: Episode #28 – PS3 the “next” GameCube?
Number of Subscribers (iTunes/RSS): 97
Average Show Length: 44 minutes 12 seconds
So if we can get three more subscribers (tell your mom!) we’ll hit 100. I guess that would be cool or something. But seriously, thanks for listening and for the emails of both support and criticism. I will get back to reading them on the show as several of them have been really good and insightful.