So much for that whole “no delay” thing, eh? Oh well, it was good while it lasted.
On a serious note, though, we’re getting back into a semi-regular swing, which is good. This is also our first episode using a new recording method, so you should see a somewhat notable improvement in the audio quality of the show. We’re still hammering the kinks out, so it’s not definitely 100% just yet (there are some places where Scott’s audio gets really quiet in the beginning, for example), but we’re getting there. This new method will also allow us to record on a far more regular schedule, since it no longer requires Scott to always be present. And let’s be fair, that guy’s such a social butterfly that he never has time for us.
But enough chit-chat. Let’s move on, shall we?
CFD!’s Team DeathChat
Episode 15 – 5/5/11 “Mortal Shakespeare”
This episode was recorded on Friday, April 22nd, so when Rob T. makes the throwaway comments about nobody caring about PSN being down toward the end of the show… yeah, this was before the world found out about everyone’s personal information being compromised. Heh. Who knew?
However, you can enjoy the Fearsome Foursome talking about Mindjack, Mortal Kombat, Pokemon Black & White, Ghost Recon: Shadow Wars, Sword & Sworcery, The Dishwasher: Vampire Smile, the Gears of War 3 beta, and Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes.
Also, we do a little word association, talk about badass dolphins and the depth and nuance of the Mortal Kombat storyline, and Scott goes old school by breaking out his Super Metroid thesis. Good times.
- “Keep This” – Make Do and Mend
- “George’s Waltz” – Shigeru Umebayashi
- “Watermark” – The Weakerthans
- “Run The Heart” – Sleigh Bells
- I would like to note when the “badass laser dolphin” comments were made, this game had not yet come out. We’re like Nostradamus up in this shit!
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