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Podcasts / Re: Episode 55: Blu-ray speeds
« on: August 20, 2006, 01:42:22 pm »
Also from what I have been reading about the Blu-ray is that is slow, and I mean really really slow. There are reviews for the first edition Blu-ray players and they take around 40 seconds to read the disc before they can start playing ... that is not good. Hopefully they manage to get this worked out by the time the PS3 comes out because I do not think people are going to wait 30-40 secodns for a game to load on their PS3. Waiting that long on the PSP was bad enough, but no way are people going to stand for that on the PS3.

It's going to be a crazy launch...

I know, I can't wait for the chaos.  Not only is the supply and demand going to be 2-3 times worse than the Xbox 360, but the problems people are going to have is going to provide months of reading material.

Podcasts / Re: What do you do while listening?
« on: August 20, 2006, 01:39:24 pm »
I stock groceries for 7-8 hours every night (overnight) and I spend that entire time either listening to Major Nelson or Gaming Steve, or listening to music.  I have an iRiver H10, and I would have already been dead without it.  ;D

Podcasts / Re: Steve's request for website content
« on: August 20, 2006, 07:01:13 am »
Is anyone planning on contributing to the site as Steve asked in the last podcast?

I've sent Steve a review and a feature, will have to wait and see what he makes of it.

I sent in an e-mail too.  Hope to get picked.

Podcasts / Re: Episode 58
« on: August 20, 2006, 06:37:25 am »
It was great to have you confirm Sony was the reason E3 was killed Steve.  The exact second I saw the news, I knew it was Sony and most likely EA along with them that did it.  It's now been confirmed by even the Sony-biased media that it was them, and it makes me actually sick to even think about it.  Sony's overbearing greed first killed the Dreamcast, and now E3.  Hopefully their greed kills the PS3 too.

Podcasts / Re: Next podcast?
« on: August 16, 2006, 06:25:52 am »
Hey all. So a few things on the next podcast:

1) It is coming, I have it ready to go, I just need to do it.

2) I have been crazy busy ... working on a new game actually. And once I get into a project I sort of get sucked into it...

3) When I heard that E3 was "scaled back", and I'll go into this in more detail on the show, I was so damn depressed that I didn't really want to have anything to do with gaming for about 2 weeks afterwards. I didn't play a game, read gaming sites, or do anything gaming related. Even the game I have been working on didn't appeal to me much anymore. But then Dead Rising came out and sucked me back in! That and the fact that it appears that cancelling E3 has done the exact opposite and has caused more gaming conventions to pop-up. Plus ... I found out some very interesting dirt on what happened to E3, and I'll share this with you on the next show.

And those people who submitted articles and such for the site, I haven't written anyone back yet, but will very soon as I have tons and tons of applications to go through. But I'm alive and well, just crazy busy...

So was I.  I was the second site on the internet to report it and it made me sick to my stomach.  I'm very interested to hear what information you have on it, but I've felt from the very beginning that Sony & EA were behind it, and then the news came out a couple days later that they actually were, and paid several million each to the ESA to have it done.  Absolutely sickening, and you were one of the first people I thought of when it happened, because I could just feel how much you loved E3.  Hopefully the CEA can help revive a bit of the magic, and have some kind of event in May to replace it.  RIP E3.  I wasn't even at E3 2006, but that entire week was some of the most fun I've ever had.

Hope you check out the e-mail I send you too, thanks.

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