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Gaming Podcast 146: There is No Cake

November 3rd, 2009 by Derrick Schommer · 3 Comments

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We’re looking back at Bubble Bobble and the history of Valve Corporation. In gaming podcast news, we’re kicking in a few hot stories with some great opinionated comments. Unfortunately, we had no community comments this week. This weeks news includes:

This week’s question of the week: How do you consume your television or movie media? Netflix, streaming, tiro, buy, theatre, hulu, etc.

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  • 1 JareskeNo Gravatar // Nov 7, 2009 at 12:01 pm

    I consume most of my media via streaming websites. Although the reason why I’m an early adopter of the technology is when i was in college I had to choose between Cable TV or Internet, so I chose internet. I found that abc.com was streaming TV shows and other not so legal websites. Ever since then I’ve been completely happy watching all of my TV and movies online and for free. I actually wish they could figure out a system similar to this for digital distribution of music and eventually video games. I’d be inclined to finally buy an ipod if I could down load my music for free by watching advertisements or doing a few legitimate surveys.

  • 2 IvanNo Gravatar // Nov 30, 2009 at 6:11 pm

    Yeah i agree that wireless connection could affected the battery life of the product, which can be a real issue. The Pocket PC i use in the field at work (TDS Recon), gets a battery life of 30hrs+, once your running a GIS app your looking at 8-10hours, & once you recieving a GPS signal your looking at 2-5hours on the device which can be an issue. The same thing goes to a portable gaming device you dont want a battery life of 3 hours, the device needs to have a battery life 8+hrs to be used when travelling for long periods of time. thx for the podcast Cheers

  • 3 IvanNo Gravatar // Nov 30, 2009 at 6:20 pm

    A successful final fantasy game really depends on which team you have FF X was an amazing game but when the sequel was developed by a different team you swear the guys were on Crack =/ the game (story, dialog & Gameplay) was retarted i pretend it doesnt exsist.
    lolz cheers

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