GWJ Conference Call Episode Eight

Conference Call

The Return of Shawn From India, Final Fantasy XII, Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, Tony Hawk's Project 8, Bold Predictions About The New Consoles, Is There Such a Thing As Too Buggy? and more!

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Shawn makes his return to the hosting chair as Julian sticks around, making the Conference Call a four man show! The guys get all caught up on what they've been playing, the rapidly approaching console launches and why Shawn really doesn't think Rob should buy a Wii. Elysium's lack of willpower, sexual attraction to Final Fantasy characters, game bugs and answers to your email questions!

If anyone would like to submit some original music for the show, read on for a link to contact us! Also read on for show notes.

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The Links
Final Fantasy XII
Dark Messiah of Might and Magic
Clubhouse Games
Tony Hawk's Project 8

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Show credits

Music credits: 

Intro/Outro Music - Ian Dorsch, Willowtree Audioworks

"One Big Holiday" My Morning Jacket The Wired CD
"Small Comfort" - Apoplexia (Benoit Casey) - 0:30:28
"The Neverwhere" - Apoplexia (Benoit Casey) - 1:16:30
"Impeller" - Ian Dorsch - 1:31:35

Comments

I like the four person format much more than the two person. Our local morning show does it very well and it just seems to click with the different types of personalities.

Yeah I definitely think each person adds to the mix (the rapport is great). And I don't know enough about how you produce the show to add anything beyond that.

Alien13z wrote:

Yeah I definitely think each person adds to the mix (the rapport is great). And I don't know enough about how you produce the show to add anything beyond that.

With magic wands and faerie dust!

I'm only half-way through it so far. 105 minutes! Yow.

I think some people are going to be eating crow when it comes to the Wii...I await that day.

Certis,

Thanks so much for those links. I've been digging around as best I can around tasks here at the Daily Planet. I will shut my trap until I can check around again. I'm trying to get some solid info together to either do another info article like I did for Bully or at least to be able to not put my mint flavored sneakers in my mouth so firmly when someone shows up on the GD forums looking for a straight answer for little Johnny's Christmas present.

Luckily, I don't have to make this decision for myself until whatever TBA 2007 means.

momgamer wrote:

Certis,

Thanks so much for those links. I've been digging around as best I can around tasks here at the Daily Planet. I will shut my trap until I can check around again. I'm trying to get some solid info together to either do another info article like I did for Bully or at least to be able to not put my mint flavored sneakers in my mouth so firmly when someone shows up on the GD forums looking for a straight answer for little Johnny's Christmas present.

Luckily, I don't have to make this decision for myself until whatever TBA 2007 means. ;)

My pleasure, I'm quite serious when I say that Sony is largely responsible for all the misinformation and confusion. Even games like Tony Hawk's Project 8, a natural for online PS3 play, won't support it because they didn't know what the hell Sony was up to.

And in case anyone missed, it Project 8 is THE BEST HAWK GAME EVER...

Sorry, did I say that already?

Game Trailers thinks it is awesome as well.

Ulairi wrote:

I think some people are going to be eating crow when it comes to the Wii...I await that day.

Whoa, and here I was thinking you took the Eric Cartman route and froze yourself to fast-forward to launch day.