So we had two issues on this week’s podcast.
Firstly, Peter is missing again. Unfortunately this time it wasn’t due to something as fun as a birthday, it seems his internet has been misbehaving. In fact it’s probably more accurate to say it’s missing entirely, rather than just misbehaving. On top of that Kev had to dash off to something important, leaving it looking like it might be just Lewis and I.
Fortunately another Peter, Peter Willington, stepped into the breach at the final hour. You may well know him as xeroxeroxero, one of our contributors. If his voice sounds familiar it’s because he appeared on the first of our podcasts from EGX. It may also be because he runs the InRetroSpect podcasts, which are really worth a listen.
The other issue we had, and it’s a far bigger one, is that Lewis unfortunately forgot to hit record when we started the podcast. Luckily, I record a local copy of the Skype call on my end but it’s a bit low quality. I’ve tried to splice in higher quality audio from Peter and I where possible, so if you notice any significant changes in the quality that’s why.
Lewis did record some of the podcast on his end, so at least the ending sounds good.
Problems out of the way, you probably want to know what we actually talked about. Well we kick off by looking at the issues surrounding Batman: Arkham City‘s launch, and then take a quick turn into looking at what’s going on with the lack of Battlefield 3 reviews. From there Peter guides us through his experiences with Imagine Journalist, which sounds crazy, as well as indie title Trauma, which sounds both crazy and artistic.
As for Lewis, he chats about the animated film Mars Needs Moms, as well as wrapping up his experiences with RAGE. Personally I take a look at the second issue of the rebooted Justice League and get angry about the resolution, or lack thereof, to Marvel’s Fear Itself event.
Anyway, I think that’s all the important things that came up on the podcast, although it’s worth noting that this ran a bit long, skipping over the two hour mark with ease.
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