GWJ Conference Call Episode 33

Conference Call

Odin Sphere, Calling All Cars, Elysium Hates Puzzle Quest, New Music From Ian "Podunk" Dorsh!, Demos and Betas, A Surprise From Rob, The Contest Winner and more!

We have an action packed show for you this week! Sean "Elysium" Sands is back, Rob treats us to a special new segment and we cover a few news bits along with a quick E3 update, the beta debate and lots more. We also announce the contest winner!

Big thanks to Ian "Podunk" Dorsh for his awesome new segment music, Benoit Casey for his usual greatness and for providing Rob with background music. Read on for show notes and links!

To contact us, email [email protected]! Send us your thoughts on the show, pressing issues you want to talk about or whatever else is on your mind. You can even send a 30 second audio question or comment (MP3 format please) if you're so inclined.


The Links
Odin Sphere
Calling All Cars
The Hidden Source Grab Bag o' Fun

Thread of the Week:
1) When did gaming become so complex? - armedbushido

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Show credits

Music credits: 

Intro/Outro Music - Ian Dorsch, Willowtree Audioworks

"Fallen Idol" (Benoit Casey) - 0:19:18
"Dragoon" - Provenance (Ade lun sec) - 0:47:29 -
"Los Pistoleros" Ian Dorsch - 0:53:30


Leave it to Certis to give other Canadians a pat on the back.

Duoae wrote:

Yeah, i don't have a problem with the song. It's just the mix of styles (i often view the GWJ conference call as an aged port or whiskey, refined in its taste when compared with other podcasts which include more "gamey" music) grates against me.
But alas, i am one man and in the minority. :)

It's all good, I definitely understand where you're coming from.

Cool, cause i certainly didn't mean you any offense

I'm thrilled to see some of the bad d-20 karma from my youth turning around.
If anyone is curious, I'm holding onto the wiiness and choosing Mario Party 8.

My thanks to Tony at Lion Games and to GWJ.
Long live the Goodge!