Nate has encyclopedic knowledge on tap on the "good old days" especially in regard to T.V. and video games. His memory is so complete and immense it can seem like drinking from a fire hydrant to those who unaware of his knowledge. That being said, I think such knowledge helped give examples and analogies on the nostalgia factor in games from the past.martinloyola wrote:the off-topicness was ok in the "the old days" section but it did kind of annoy me about the running off into tv cartoonland
You mean the flash player? It was a plugin we discovered and decided to add on the website. My only advice is to pause the player for a while to let it download the whole show first.martinloyola wrote:The added features were nice though I did experience a few bumps everynow and then with the added window player
Hmmm....martinloyola wrote:I think you could use V.O.I.D. a little more
Don't worry, we all got thick skin.martinloyola wrote:disclaimer: these criticisms both positive/negative are my opinions and are not said to hurt your feelings...much...
You learned something from the CAA Gamecast??martinloyola wrote:but thanks for broadcasting, believe it or not, this hasn't just been entertaining, I've actually learned something by listening *gasp*
You learned something from the CAA Gamecast??
What the heck did you learn?
Oh, okay. Well, I am happy to hear that someone who has gaming as a casual hobby finds our presentation on the gaming industry and culture to be interesting.martinloyola wrote:well, I had never heard of that german convention till I heard ya'll talk about it, and I heard about a few games "old school" that I might just test out
I admit that I'm not quite as active in playing games, ya'll make it sound like you've played most everything or given it a try, I just play a few select titles that I think will work for me so game info is cool
the stuff you talk about the industry behind making games is also intersting to me, I mean, I've never taken "video gaming history 101" and so some of the names in the newsbites are lost to me, the ins and outs are all pretty new to me, I'm not one to go hunt out news articles and read them about the gaming industry, so listening to the gamecast is pretty cool as far as "learning" goes
While I am asking, what did you find entertaining about the Gamecast?
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