The SavyGamer Podcast, Episode 11

We’re back, baby! Start your week right with Lewie and Will making sounds in your ears.

In this episode we talk about our impressions of Skate 3, Just Cause 2 and PlayStation Move, Lewie discusses his hatred of Ubisoft and we answer your questions from Twitter on-air, including why games can be art. Because you’ve not heard that one before. Since we’re a bit rusty and we’re just starting up after a long hiatus, please bear with us on the shaky audio quality on this episode – next week’s will be crystal, we promise.

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8 Comments Leave yours

  1. @Jaffo #

    180MB? How long is it?

    • Lewie Procter #

      Hour and 17 minutes.

      I was totally talking about this at the start:

    • Yeah, I know this is kinda large for what it is, but I had to use Lewie’s backup recording of my voice and any kind of compression I did to it made me even more incomprehensible than I already am on this one. It should be a lot more efficient next show, and if I can compress this one without affecting the quality I’ll re-up it.

      • Auspax #

        Will(eth), you sounded like a malfunctioning robot.
        This is something I found immensely endearing.

  2. Glad to see you back!

  3. Auspax #

    Also, enjoyed the podcast – have now subscribed on iTunes!

    Ebert claims films can be art but that “very few films” actually are.

    “An Oak Tree” is by Michael Craig-martin.
    It is “complete bollocks”.

    Interested to hear Lewie’s thoughts on the new Splinter Cell next week as he (unlike most reviewers) has been quite critical of it (via his twitter).

    • While I said it was complete bollocks, I still think it’s a worthy piece of work. The idea behind it is obviously nonsense, but it’s a useful nonsense that’s worth time.

      As to the malfunctioning robot, I’m pretty sure it’s some sort of robot duck. I’m sure there’s more than a few quacks in there.

      Also I’ve swapped the file for one half the size that shouldn’t have any of the drop in quality. So if you’ve been holding back because of the download size, feel free to grab it now.

  4. Zilla360 #

    Awesome to hear you guys getting back to pod-casting again. 🙂

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