Gamers With Jobs Radio Episode Sixteen

Episode Sixteen - January 24th, 2006

D&D Online, EA Price Drop, Dead or Alive 4, Star Wars: Empire at War Demo and more!

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Welcome to Gamers With Jobs Radio, the video gaming podcast for people who hate podcasts. This week, Russ and Shawn take a look at EA's recent announcement of a catalog-wide price drop, news from Microsoft about Xbox 360 backwards compatibility and a journalist that may have finally grown some cojones. Plus reviews of DOA4, D&D Online, Star Wars: Empire at War Demo, Fable: The Lost Chapters and more! Featuring new music tracks from Elliot Fienberg. Crank it up, it only hurts for a minute.

Music Track Listing:

0:01:57 - GWJ Radio Main Theme, Ian Dorsch
0:05:47 - Waiting for Mr. 7, DJ Drunken Master
0:18:37 - Panties, Elliot Fienberg
0:26:34 - Heavybeats, Elliot Fienberg
0:32:45 - Georgian Winter, Elliot Fienberg
0:47:02 - Steel Horses, Ian Dorsch
0:55:02 - Super Fly Mix, DJ Drunken Master
1:04:41 - Ode to the Blue Devil, DJ Drunken Master
1:14:56 - GWJ Radio Main Theme (Dark Mood Remix), Ian Dorsch
1:17:11 - GWJ Radio Xylophone Theme, Ian Dorsch
1:21:29 - GWJ Radio Main Theme, Ian Dorsch

Gamers With Jobs Radio is produced by InsomniaCorp, in cooperation with Gamers With Jobs.
Original music written and performed by Ian Dorsch.
Hosting donated by thegameguru.

Comments

I love it. GWJ radio has the uncanny ability to show up just when TV is becoming unacceptable even for background noise. In this case due to the 5th "Big Momma's House 2" commercial in the past half hour. I'm off to listen!

Does anyone have the ability to split this file up into multiple bite size chunks, and then host it for me to download? Or could possibly suggest a simple, free mp3 splitter?

I like to listen to GWJ Radio on my MP3 player, and it doesn't bookmark in the middle of songs. So I have to remember my place everytime I turn the thing off. And then when I turn it on again I have to fast forward to the spot. Hear my lamentations.

I don't particularly mind if the splits are in random places, although I'm sure Fletcher would rather see us not chop up his work any which way...

Holy crap... at 5:10 in... the balls drop!

Edit: This seems to only be happening when I play it in Windows Media Player, and not on my MP3 player. I am referring to a sudden change in pitch so that both Certis and Fletcher suddenly have much deeper voices.

I love the political conversation about how no one cares about the canadian elections...except well maybe canada...

Dude, Steel Horses is awesome.

Yoyoson wrote:
Does anyone have the ability to split this file up into multiple bite size chunks, and then host it for me to download? Or could possibly suggest a simple, free mp3 splitter?

I like to listen to GWJ Radio on my MP3 player, and it doesn't bookmark in the middle of songs. So I have to remember my place everytime I turn the thing off. And then when I turn it on again I have to fast forward to the spot. Hear my lamentations.

I don't particularly mind if the splits are in random places, although I'm sure Fletcher would rather see us not chop up his work any which way...

Not sure how much work you want to go through, but there's always Audacity.

Just to note... it took me 42hours to finish Fable!

I've been playing Fable alot lately as well, and I've been having a ton of fun. It's not the most accomplished game by a long shot, but it's insanely charming.

I really hope they expand the interaction with the towns in the sequel. And get more voice actors. It's like I'm not even cheating on my wives when they all have the same voice!

Morrolan wrote:
Dude, Steel Horses is awesome.

Thanks, man.

It's hard to rip off Bon Jovi without a little extra awesomeness rubbing off.

Bolivian, Bolivian... oh, Oblivion!!!!!

Where can I get that interview you guys were discussing around 1:08:00? I was just half-listening, so I dunno if you mentioned it. It's the interview about the X360.

...at 1up.com!

Link!

I had the exact same experience as Certis with NWN about 4 months ago. I was so amped up to play it, I installed it all and got about an hour in and totally lost interest. Hard to explain. It hasn't aged well.

Xbox 360 Theme song... Link!

Nei wrote:
Xbox 360 Theme song... Link!

That's just plain awesome.

The circle is now complete. I quote Russ in my sig, Russ quotes my sig. Somebody just rolled a 17 gratitude check there.

Another great episode and the extra music is a nice touch.

FWIW, the ads that were appearing in PC Gamer for gold farming companies were actually fairly prominent. If I recall, at least one company appeared in two consecutive issues with 1/3 page skyscraper ads that were inside the meat of the magazine, not pushed to the back. I remember thinking "jeez, these guys (the gold farmers) really are trying to go legit."

Anyway, enjoyable episode, as usual.

I must admit that recently I've become a podacst fanatic. I always look forward to the GWJ shows because they are grounded in my reality. (sadly enough) I just wish there were more female nudity... so could you guys get on top of that for your next show? Thanks.

Seriously, thanks for doing such a good job week after week.

Thanks for the link, Nei.

Very interesting read, but I got the feeling that it could've been summed up as:

EGM: Some people have problems with some aspects of the X360.
Moore: No they don't.

LobsterMobster wrote:
Thanks for the link, Nei.

Very interesting read, but I got the feeling that it could've been summed up as:

EGM: Some people have problems with some aspects of the X360.
Moore: No they don't.

Hmm, it seems more like this to me:

EGM: Some people have problems with some aspects of the X360.
Moore: O rly? SuX0rs 4 j00 gais.

A subtle distinction, but important nonetheless.