This weekend the Game Geex huddled in Rogue Knight Studios HQ (aka my apartment) for the first taping of our podcast. While it went very well, you'll probably never heard the brilliance that went on, learn exactly how much fail went into the Battlefield 3 beta, and exactly what it means when Arturis says he needs to "choke a bitch." Unfortunately the recording came out choppy, and so all our hard work was for naught. Or was it?
Since the podcast was on my mind this weekend, I figured the best place to start would be to ask the community about it. After all, all of our conversations are two sided. We put up articles to receive feedback, and it is your feedback that informs and fulfills the conversation. That's the reason we went with the format we did for our Game Geex Modern Warfare 3 Contest -- We want to hear more about you and from you. I know the readers are out there, the site traffic doesn't lie. It's just that you're being a little quiet. We've been a little quiet too, and thus we got to thinking about the podcast.
So Game Geex, what do you look for in a gaming podcast? What suggestions would you have for a fledgling group starting our on their second maiden voyage into the wonderful world of vocal debate for the purposes of entertainment? What are your favorite podcasts, and would it be worth having a segment where we post about the podcasts that happened throughout the week. Yes, I've got podcasts on the brain. Also, if you have any suggestions for clearing up chopping audio recordings created in Audacity, let us know. I'd hate to think you're going to miss out on Michael's instructions for Counter Griefing.