Xbox Podcast - Episode Twenty Five

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    Linkyshinks

    HeYo Tina!, thanks for posting, great that we have a regular feature here, insightful podcast as always.

    I like the look of Tenchu Z, many of my friends are dissing that game just because it looks a little xboxish, rather than 360ish, I dont care I shall get it regardless. 4 player Co-Op Ninja infiltration sounds like my thing!. It's out here next week in the U.K. There was no news on the 360 Elite official euro release date at the E3 conference Sad, do you think you could pull a few strings and find out, unofficially Smiley.

     

    Bye from Blighty [LS]

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    Linkyshinks

    HeYo Tina!, thanks for posting, great that we have a regular feature here, insightful podcast as always.

    I like the look of Tenchu Z, many of my friends are dissing that game just because it looks a little xboxish, rather than 360ish, I dont care I shall get it regardless. 4 player Co-Op Ninja infiltration sounds like my thing!. It's out here next week in the U.K. There was no news on the 360 Elite official euro release date at the E3 conference Sad, do you think you could pull a few strings and find out, unofficially Smiley.

     

    Bye from Blighty [LS]

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    Matthew Mushall

    Other than an abridged video, what purpose does posting the Gamerscore Blog video here serve without some involvement from either you or Laura?  Not to sound too cynical, but why should I watch it here if I've already listened to the full version at Gamerscore Blog?  Some more Channel 10 involvement would make these more interesting.

    About the only thing here that kept me awake was the reference to multiplayer with friends and “Project Sylpheed”.  It is a very slick looking game, but it isn't much fun to play.  Judging from the demo, the controls are terribly convoluted and the game play is very stale.

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    Matthew Mushall

    Other than an abridged video, what purpose does posting the Gamerscore Blog video here serve without some involvement from either you or Laura?  Not to sound too cynical, but why should I watch it here if I've already listened to the full version at Gamerscore Blog?  Some more Channel 10 involvement would make these more interesting.

    About the only thing here that kept me awake was the reference to multiplayer with friends and “Project Sylpheed”.  It is a very slick looking game, but it isn't much fun to play.  Judging from the demo, the controls are terribly convoluted and the game play is very stale.

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    quikboy

    I wish they would introduce each other. I still can't tell who is who and what they do.

    And he hasn't used WMP 11?! I can't believe that. But at least change for once was good.

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    quikboy

    I wish they would introduce each other. I still can't tell who is who and what they do.

    And he hasn't used WMP 11?! I can't believe that. But at least change for once was good.

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    Linkyshinks

    That game looks ridiculously complicated, I could never play a game like that myself. I agree more on10 involvement please, if only to quell Arzteks lusting, lol. Tina, where the hell is your E3 coverage?, I love watching you race around the floor with your gusto for games, last year was great.  [LS]

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    Linkyshinks

    That game looks ridiculously complicated, I could never play a game like that myself. I agree more on10 involvement please, if only to quell Arzteks lusting, lol. Tina, where the hell is your E3 coverage?, I love watching you race around the floor with your gusto for games, last year was great.  [LS]

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    Matthew Mushall

    Glad to know my enthusiasm doesn't go unnoticed.

    E3 is much more industry focused this year so don't expect to see as much coverage.  What bothers me, however, is lack of participation in these segments.

    John Porcaro told me it was Tina and Laura who wanted to participate in more game related segments.  Problems arose when they began filming.  Laura is busy handling her own material and Tina won't be doing any traveling or on-screen segments until after August for personal reasons.  Tina could, theoretically, chime in from off camera...but she doesn't...nor does she elaborate on her thoughts or opinions about any of the material - disappointing.

    Her thoughts are definitely elsewhere.  That's perfectly understandable given the situation, but disappointing to those of us who look forward to hearing from her.

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    Matthew Mushall

    Glad to know my enthusiasm doesn't go unnoticed.

    E3 is much more industry focused this year so don't expect to see as much coverage.  What bothers me, however, is lack of participation in these segments.

    John Porcaro told me it was Tina and Laura who wanted to participate in more game related segments.  Problems arose when they began filming.  Laura is busy handling her own material and Tina won't be doing any traveling or on-screen segments until after August for personal reasons.  Tina could, theoretically, chime in from off camera...but she doesn't...nor does she elaborate on her thoughts or opinions about any of the material - disappointing.

    Her thoughts are definitely elsewhere.  That's perfectly understandable given the situation, but disappointing to those of us who look forward to hearing from her.

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