the insert credit podcast, episode 20 – 9 cent convenience fee

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I’m gonna  be honest with you guys: there is no possible way we’re ever going to be able to live up to last week’s show. Prepare for every episode of this podcast to pale in comparison to Episode 19, because I don’t think we have it in us to do another one like that. It’s a once in a lifetime sort of thing, and if you heard it, it is now a part of you forever. Still, we can’t exactly leave you hanging, so Tim, Frank, and Reserve Panelist Patrick Miller show up this week for a nice chat about . . . these things:

1.  Roll-Playing Games
2. Games as recruiting devices
3. Warren Spector’s DuckTales
4. Level editors
5. “Playing for the story”
6. Four consonants which will change your life
7. Women in Rockstar games
8. Packing swimsuits
9. The most difficult type of video game to review
10. Bottom Line Reviews: Console Edition

Remember to rate and review our show on iTunes, guys! It’s not an inherently evil program, people. If you don’t have it you can just install it, leave us a review, and then uninstall it. Nobody checks that sort of thing. Come on, tell me you at least have a Facebook page. Because we’re on there too! Join the party! What? You have got to be kidding me, you don’t have iTunes or Facebook? Man.


Okay, let me think about this. All right. Here’s what we’re going to do: you can send an e-mail to with your questions for the show, or your recorded responses to one of our topics (60 seconds or less, please). You’ve got e-mail, right? I think they give you one with your birth certificate now. The government can fine you for not having one.

Thanks again to Andrew Toups for coming through with some most excellent sound editing! Did you know he’s in a band? I saw them last week and they were pretty hot. Here is their Wikipedia article. We don’t even have a Wikipedia article! So that’s pretty impressive. Talk to you next week!

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