Author Topic: The Cruncheons 12: GhaleonQ 2 - Nintendo 3DS, Sony NGP, Awards, Journalisms  (Read 2383 times)

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Eel O'Brian

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http://cruncheons.podbean.com/mf/web/rbibup/Cruncheons12.mp3

It's the second part of contest winner GhaleonQ's show agenda!

(5:00) "How would you like to see awards ("official" or informal) awarded? Academies? Literature-style (that is, "Since we couldn't read everything, here are a handful that we liked")? Popular vote? Overwrought, endless, category-by-category podcast form?"

(28:11) "Which will make the industry better: game archivists who properly research, investigate, and curate the past (I'd include Hardcore Gaming 101 as casual archivists) or alternative games writers?"

(51:00) "Since this is when the new generation would start if it were a normal cycle, take a game released around launch (you can choose PC games) in the DS generation and design it/a sequel for a hypothetical 2011 system launch."

(This spins off wildly into a discussion about the Nintendo 3DS and the Sony NGP)

Thanks again to GhaleonQ, and we'll talk to you all again soon!
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Oblivion

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why dont u guys just marry ghaleonq

Sorry, gay marriage isn't legal in either Washington or Kentucky. : (
« Last Edit: February 05, 2011, 12:02:22 AM by Oblivion »

Van Cruncheon

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oscar, if you write us an agenda i will verbally fellate you for five minutes of show time
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GhaleonQ is good peoples
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Eel O'Brian

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because i only have eyes for you, oscar

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Link is not working for me.
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EmCeeGrammar

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We folks who claim bite sized gaming makes sense for a portable platform have a selfish desire for most games to be played on a console.  Something like Fruit Ninja serves its purpose outside of the home on a cellphone, but something like Resident Evil Revelations seems like it would be more practically suited to a living room experience.  And no, sitting on the couch with the device plugged in is not a preferred substitute. It really comes down to the genre and how its paced.   
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