So does that mean James is gone D:????
Finally! No offense to the rest of the crew, but ever since Chris left the podcast I kinda lost interest :\ Mike is starting to bring me back, but, hey, I'm starting to come back!
Holy crap! I haven't seen one of these in YEARS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I miss Rob :(
YEAH BABY! JAMES KING COMIN' BACK TO THE 'CAST! A podcast with only Ian? meh. A podcast with only James? I'd listen........ three times!
Now, we just need to get Chris back on!
Ugh........ Mike's quickly pushed Chris off of my #2 favorite podcast member pedestal (actually, it's just a plastic stool, but I'm getting off the point) and he's not there this week!
But, to be honest, I think that with Ian/Scott/Andrew/Mike you guys have got a good crew going. Add in James and his sexy voice and it's even better! Ian is the leader/headmaster, Scott and Mike are the two goofballs and Andrew seems to be one of the most informed guys on the 'cast, plus he's the technical wiz and producer.
BTW, have Chris/James left the site/podcast? James house/world tour CAN'T have taken up this much time? Wait, no, James left the band, so it'd be just his house.
So would it be safe to assume that Scott had both James and Chris in that car with him, and while Scott was fortunate enough to escape, James and Chris died in the process?
R.I.P, my dear Wiire friends, R.I.P.
So you'll only listen to very well-crafted contemporary, The Wiire Podcast and classical music?
Don't tell James you aren't listening to his former band :P
And Home still isn't out...
Most people judge many games on publishers, which, as you're saying, is unwarranted. For instance, if EA puts out a game, people assume that there's a new version coming out next year. If Nintendo puts out a game, it's assumed it's a "casual" title. If Activision Blizzard puts out a game, it's assumed it's Guitar Hero or a WoW expansion. Publishers should be judged on how well they do their job (market, advertise, etc.), not the games they publish.
I think this is one HUGE step for SEGA. If there was one title catching "hardcore" Wii gamers eyes, it'd be the Conduit, and SEGA's only helping themselves. With MadWorld coming out and two Sonic games, SEGA could be moving towards being branded as Wii's "hardcore" publisher.