Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by CardJoe, 21 May 2010.
On the topic of onlive - I can see adverts being put in before your game loads.
My ears will not forgive me.
I made it loud this time too, just so everyone can listen to Harry's squealings.
That's more like it.
i'd love to see an animated version of the podcasts just like The Ricky Gervais Show!!!
And just for the record, Mac gamers don't smell.
Gave me a few lol's. Thanks guys
Good podcast guys, much enjoyed. You ever considered doing a live podcast, where we can leave comments as you talk. Would mean no swearing though ^^
We do try to do that with Twitter, where it's on a bit of a delay, but we couldn't get the Mac WiFi working this time.
lol at the sound effect at the end I had to replay and skip to the end of the track to make sure I didn't imagine it.
Also I really want to get Blur now that's the best sponsorship advertising I have ever heard.
I was disappointed with the lack of Harry singing. Until the end, at which point I was pleasantly pleased.
Couple of points I think you missed
Another great podcast
Couple of points tho
1) OpenGL still needs a lot of work on the mac. theres benchmarks showing that the same spec PC running OpenGL is slower than the same PC running directX. Possibly something CPC could look at. OpenGL vs DirectX and why microsoft "won"
2) From press releases Onlive is available to everyone with any connection. Check out gamespot @ GDC 09 on you tube
Is there anywhere to download for those without itunes rather than having to listen online?
The key words there are 'from press releases'. They've not demonstrated it at all yet.
And yeah, the site - where it says Download the MP3. Right click, save as...
Nothing from the beta testing yet?
and Cheers. Ill try it out next podcast.
AFAIK all the beta testers are under embargo. There's been some leaks and vids crept out, but nought official or totally credible IMHO.
This sucked so bad I just signed up for a subscription.
My voice; it has a power
I'm actually quite impressed with Harry's singing voice. I think there's the makings of a solo career there.
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