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G&P Podcast: Life and Times of the American Cicada

The Editors  //  October 11, 2010


Back after three years.

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ada for consummately promotional purposes greets staff of Game and Player as they emerge from three years of broadcast silence. Michael Ubaldi, Ed Kirchgessner, James Day, Gary Armstrong and Heather Richtmyre discuss the portrayal of combatants in military games, MMO mores, Eurogamer Expo, Peter Molyneux's latest vision of paradise, and more.

Music is "Fever" by Helix Eternal.


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Download the podcast (mp3 | 1:21.51 | 74.9MB | 128kbps).




shockmanronin // October 11, 2010 // 12:33 PM

Great podcast. Please do more. (DON"T WAIT THREE YEARS !!!)


Michael Ubaldi // October 11, 2010 // 12:51 PM

Thanks, Wes! Editing was as easy as drawing out conversation from this group. I think we'll be able to manage a regular production.


Jai // October 11, 2010 // 2:04 PM

Regular would certainly be nice. Though I'm amazed at the idea of me being easy to edit.


James Day // October 11, 2010 // 5:22 PM

Tidy editing there Mike. Great to be able to promote music created by one of our own too.

I really need to cut down on my "um"s and "y'know"s though :(


shockmanronin // October 11, 2010 // 8:21 PM

James you did fine. The "um's" and "y'know"s were barely noticable. Besides that just means you're like the rest of us...HUMAN !! The topics were great. I especially enjoyed the Military portray in games discussion. I wished I could have participated in that one.


Joseph Powell // October 12, 2010 // 12:35 AM

Perhaps if the podcasts continue on a regular basis, I could make an official G&P theme song :D


Gabe // October 21, 2010 // 5:38 PM

Well done, folks. This was thoroughly interesting. I would listen to podcasts like this one regularly, and I don't even really like the internet.


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