the insert credit podcast, episode six – seattle rhythm with christian nutt

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Episode 6 – Seattle Rhythm with Christian Nutt

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Can you believe we’ve been doing this for six weeks now? If this were The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask, the world would have ended fourteen times since we first started this thing. Well, we’re back, and this time around we’ve got 33% more original Insert Credit flavor with christian nutt joining the frank-tim-brandon triple headed cerberus of podcasting! Together, we discuss such delightful topics as:

1) The line between “difficult” and “unfair”
2) Modern beat-em-ups
3) Master Chief vs. Charizard
4) Those losers who think Oculus Rift is a good idea
5) Why the Tales games aren’t a waste of time
6) The prettiest video game
7) Studio Ghibli game adaptations
8) Fable‘s undelivered promises
9) Why Dragon Quest X is the way it is
10) Pokemon fanfiction

Misters Toups and Raroo,┬árespectively, did the sound editing and this week’s original cover artwork. Hot job, guys!

I write 9 out of 10 of these dang questions each week, but I leave a special place on the side just for you folks. You can wriggle your way into that sweet audience participation slot by sending an email to podcast@insertcredit.com.

Or, hey! You probably know more about video games than these jerks, right? Send an MP3 audio recording under one minute in length to podcast@insertcredit.com answering any of the questions in these six episodes and you might just hear yourself on a real life iTunes Certified Podcast (they don’t just hand those out you know)!

If you wanna do us a real solid, you can head on over to iTunes and give us a nice review. If you’re some kind of contrarian anti-establishment post-punk who would sooner die than walk into an apple store, I guess you could just tell your friends about it!

-alex “gorblax” jaffe loves you either way (unless you funded the oculus rift kickstarter)

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