The next segment kicks off with the results of the Super Smash Bros. Stages Bracket and then into a full-blown segment on Super Smash Bros. 3DS. I hope you'll all enjoy the show. We've got two more in the can and I'm working on getting those out too when I get time. If anyone with any audio experience is interested in editing future podcasts, we'd really appreciate the support.
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Woohoo!!! I was just thinking that it's been a while since I've heard this podcast. I understand that these take some time to put together, and I appreciate them a bunch. Well, I can't wait to listen to it!
Thanks Koovaps. Ever since November hit I've been really busy traveling, working, seeing my girlfriend (which isn't something I can just do every day right now) so there are distractions or only a little bit of the show being edited at a time. We have episode 71 and 72 recorded and I'm part-way through editing 71. I'm hoping to get both of those out sooner than later so we can start recording new ones in a more current fashion. Enjoy!
Okay, I waited way too long to post here, and apologies if I misremember details, but yet another fine episode gentlemen. Chris and Grant were yet again spectacular guests, and the hosts were fabulous, as always. When I listened to the episode, the Australian Open had recently wrapped up (which I watched an insane amount of over the 2 week tournament), and I thought often of Joe and our super fun tennis outing in Rochester. Good times!
I had recently picked up Teslagrad but had yet to play it, so it was nice to hear some positive impressions of it from Chris. And Grants thoughts on Dark Moon had me pick back up that game again. Man, I never finish anything! Dark Moon is definitely a worthy follow-up to the excellent GameCube game. As much as I adore the single large mansion in the first one, I think they adapted the series to a handheld quite nicely. As for Jumping Flash, I never played it originally, but I did buy it as a PS1 game on the PSP several years ago. Like everything else, I only spent a bit of time with it, but was impressed with it, especially in the context of when it came out. And Hyrule Warriors is a game I need to spend way more time with, especially since I purchased all the dlc.
And then there's SSB. It was great hearing you guys talk about the game for so long. It's one of those series that I appreciate more than I like, just because I rarely play the way it's meant to be played, with other people. That said, I've put a decent number of hours into this version as a fun single player game, and I still play it now and again. Man, it's super impressive, and boy, does it look good!
Again, great job guys, and thanks for all the time it takes from everybody involved. It is greatly appreciated. Now, I see episode 71 is ready...