A record number of podcastulators this week, James comes back, and I even manage to show up.
The Sorbet is churning so there isn’t any reason why I can’t post this now, it might mean that there is a gap between this and next weeks podcast as I am going up to Auckland on a secret mission involving infiltrating the competition enemy. I think GaR and Wugga might be holding replacement interviews in the interim.
If the last few podcasts have been a little too long then this one is probably just about right for you. Void of any real content, except for me trying to Vuvuzelerize the ButtonMasher Podcast experience.
It makes real music, it’s also the lead, and only instrument in the ButtonMasher marching band.
I’m not sure if Billy Ray is a protective father, the impression I get from the media is that he isn’t, but they probably don’t report on the mysterious disappearances of people that try to make moves on young Miley. So given that this might well be GaR’s last podcast before he makes an unannounced exit, you better enjoy it while you can.
I’ve been out of touch with new releases recently but undoubtedly you all still have plenty of titles to tide you over, and with E3 having come and gone you probably have a nice little list put aside in .txt form somewhere of all the games coming out in the next 12 months that interest you, or is that just me? Either way let ButtonMasher tempt your wallet a little further with what is scheduled to hit our shores this week.
Buttonmasher has arrived!
We’ll be here all week in sunny Los Angeles, trying to sort out exactly where the hell the game industry is going. 3-D? Motion? A Kevin Butler theocracy? Whichever it is, we’ll be on-hand to deliver the latest reports and reviews.
For this, the octogennial, podcast we investigate the intricacies of navigating the wild wild old west. Who to shoot, who not to shoot, how to effectively hog tie even the friskiest of prostitutes. Everything that you need to know and probably some stuff that you don’t want to know, and might even regret using.