Thursday, 13 June 2013

E3 2013 Special: A Discussion About Xbone, Ps4, Wii U and Other Announcements

Hey it's several days and millions of dollars worth of conferences and announcements, and Aaron and me have boiled it all down into an hour conversation. So save yourself time and check out our E3 special.

We hit all the major subjects like how much of a fiasco the Xbone announcement has been and Sony's knocking the ball out of the park in response to said fiasco. We even talk about the Wii U and how it's not really up to much, which isn't the most exciting topic but dammit we go there anyway. Included with that stuff is talk about all the games that got us wet this year and the more annoying presenters and personalities that stumbled and made rambling, unfunny jokes throughout their appearance.

So yeah anyway, enjoy it and if you want to like (or dislike) and subscribe, mainly because the liking makes us feel good about ourselves and subscribing allows you to be informed about any other videos we make. Obviously we'll just post them here anyway so you'll find out about them anyway but... oh wait subscribing makes us feel better about ourselves as well. So yeah, make us feel good.

9 comments:

  1. Watched and tried to 'like' but it did not register, nor did the number of views change. Could be a problem my end. Think you may have more views and likes than show up.

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    1. Ah my boy, 'tis just the luck of the draw. I thought as I was reading that you were going to say "tried to like but just couldn't bring myself to do it".
      Thanks for listening anyway, hope you liked it in real life and not just in button form.

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    2. You could talk about bin liners and it would be interesting. Just for the record, I believe the xbone will outsell everything else.

      (The bin liner comment wasn't a suggestion for the next podcast).

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  2. Yawn, don't bother.

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    1. It's a shame no one reads the comments before clicking, so your warning will go unheeded.

      Anyway I apologise that a chat between two people sitting in their bedrooms didn't blow you out the water. Next time I'll get Aaron to do some beatboxing to liven up the experience.

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  3. David Cameron is offering 1 million pounds to the person who can identify the biggest problem in the world today and how to fix it. A subject for next podcast?

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    1. I hadn't even heard about this but after I checked it out (because I thought you were joking) this might be one of the most babyish solutions to a problem I've ever seen.

      I'm sure it'll come up, it's hilarious. Might have to wait abit though. Mr Simon is indifferent and Mr Chapman is on a short vacation, so might be a few days yet.

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  4. Apropos of nothing, I just read an article entitled "internet anonymity is the height of chic". Yes, being anonymous is now fashionable! Did we start a trend?

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    1. The fact it used the word chic would imply that it's all bollocks and written by a dumbass. However, I have noticed that our anonymous names are disappearing, not because they've selected a name that reflects them, but because people are using a one off name based on their comments contents. There's another guy who asked a question and is now called 'you choose'. Seems like the commenting equivalent of when a kid who plays COD on console online alot, calls himself CODking and is now stuck with that across any game he ever plays, even when COD becomes shit and irrelevant.

      But back to what you said. I hope you guys all did, it's an honour that everyone here can be anonymous and not be a massive douche, but I think the arseholes who've infested the internet ever since it became possible to be horrible to someone and yet remain anonymous, have been setting a trend since the dawn of time itself.

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