It’s a bit late… again. Sorry.
Still, apologies aside, we’re finally getting our PAX East show (technically our first podcast of 2011, if you don’t count our last one, which went up New Year’s Day, but was actually recorded in November) uploaded to all your hungry, hungry ears.
Recorded on Friday night, March 11th, in the cramped confines of our hotel room in Boston (sorry in advance for the sound quality), this was the first face-to-face Team DeathChat to have more than two members of the Crush! Frag! Destroy! crew present and accounted for. Of course, it was only the second face-to-face TDC EVER, with the last one being last year’s PAX Prime show, but that sucker had more guests than it did actual CFD! staffers.
So join us, if you will, for an hour of chat about the stuff we saw on the show floor that Friday. We wish you could have been there!
CFD!’s Team DeathChat
Episode 13 – 4/3/11 “PAX East 2011″
First, apologies. We planned to do more than one PAX East podcast, but our recording of Saturday night (which would have featured special guest, BallsRog) was delayed due to excessive alcohol. How much you ask? How about enough to get Rob T. and Scott to do a night-ending karaoke duet in the hotel bar of Weezer’s “Say It Ain’t So” — is that enough for ya? Sadly, this epic moment was not recorded for posterity. This podcast from the previous night, however, thankfully was.
So, join the Robs, Dustin and an unusually witty Scott as they talk about Skulls of the Shogun, Outland, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, Snapshot and some Nintendo 3DS stuff.
Along the way we discuss cosplay nightmares, learn that all submarines are boys and find out that every game can be compared to Nintendogs. We also learn that Rob R. is solely to blame for the downloadable game price creep, get some vegan baking tips from Scott and have a special guest appearance by the loud people in the room next door.
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