Mon, 4 June 2012
In Episode 5 of the Super Podcast Action Committee, James Fudge talks to GaymerCon organizer Matt Conn about the first-of-its-kind LGBT-focused gaming event (find it at 12:36 mark - you can also find a transcript here). Meanwhile hosts Andrew Eisen and E. Zachary Knight talk way too long about E3, Nintendo, the Wii U and the Game Genie (the segment begins at 25:48 mark). Finally Andrew and Zachary dissect the controversy over the Hitman Absolution and Among The Sleep trailers (this segment begins at the 1 hour, 5 minute mark). Download it here: SuperPAC Episode 5(1 hour, 38 minutes, 67.5 MB)
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This isn't actually a comment for this particular podcast, but I'm putting it here so that you guys could see it. Just some constructive feedback. I haven't heard all of the podcasts. In fact, I've only listened to episodes 3 and 4, both of which had debatable topics. For particular times when you guys have debatable topics, I think it's important to have two people on different sides. It'd be interesting to listen to the conversations that come out from two people on different sides of an issue. Like I said, I have only listened to episodes 3 and 4 and both episodes had two people on the same side of an issue and it was kind of like, "OK, what do other people have to say about it." And I think the podcasters themselves would have a great time discussing the issue with someone on the other side.