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May 26 2014

The TKV-Team Podcast, Episode 0: Pardon Our Dust

A challenger approaches!

A challenger approaches!

Hi, everyone; I’m Joan, the engineer and editor of the MMcast, and I’m taking just a moment to hijack the stream here ;)

I’m pleased to announce a new video game podcast on our little network: The TKV-Team Podcast, starring Karol Szymczuk , Tim Jones, and myself. We’ve worked very hard on creating it, and while we’re still getting the kinks sorted out, we hope you’ll listen in and enjoy it. If you like video games – or just want to hear a couple of us talk shop about them – we think you’ll be pleased.

Direct download here!

00:00:30: Opening & Introductions

00:04:15: A small retrospective on video game magazines

00:08:10: Karol & Tim talk PAX East

00:30:53: Gameboy 25th Anniversary

00:59:28: What games are we currently playing?

Karol: Bastion (with a side discussion of Transistor), Luftraosuer
Tim: The Legend of the Zelda, Spyro the Dragon, Final Fantasy XIII-2
Joan: Fallout: New Vegas (Mods named: Roleplayers Alternative Start, Frozen World, New Vegas Bounties I), Dejobaan Games (123 Kick It, The Wonderful End of the World), Mass Effect 3, Metal Gear Solid 5 Ground Zeros

01:26:07: Closing

Karol’s Twitter: @blizzardjesus
Tim’s Twitter: @inkjetpowered
Joan’s Twitter: @lady_goggles

3 comments

  1. Alex Swingle

    hmmmmm…..why is it called the TKV project? At first I thought it was each of your first names.TKJ would be totes cool since it sounds like a name, though TKV vould sound like one too to be honest (tee-kay-vee, tee-kay-jay). I should probably listen first and maybe get the answer there :)

    It’ll be a tough sell since I don’t care too much about the news of games, but I’ll probably stay once I get to understand the hosts. Have a good one.

  2. Mac19pm

    Vary Good episode, Love the new Podcast for the site keeep it up guys

    -mac19pm

    1. Joan Nobile

      Thank you very much! We’re glad you like it.

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