On the other hand, if it weren't for this music popping up on YouTube, a lot of us would have no idea it even existed.
When the music is on the internet, people can actually discover it, leading to more album sales, and especially to more live concert ticket sales, resulting in more recognition and revenue for the artist.
The question is, "are they ALSO working on another, larger project?"
I love Dnokey Kong Country Returns, but the Retro I really care about is the one that can make games like the Metroid Prime games.
Actually, that's something I've discussed internally with the other staff: to never post our material on /v/.
However, there's a guy that hates us, and he's posted our podcast on /v/ at least twice, knowing how much /v/ hates that sort of marketing. Funny enough, he's somehow managed to actually leave us with more fans and subscribers than we actively search on our own.
Anyway, thanks for the feedback, we'll be working on improving some of these things mentioned.A big, shiny episode of the podcast covering the last two weeks' worth of big, shiny Nintendo news! We talk Nintendo Direct, new old Zelda, the Wii U spring update, console industrial design, new I...
Thank you for the feedback! If you have any other suggestions please let us know, we appreciate the criticism so we can do a better job next time.Second time's a charm, if you're a winner! We've shot for a tighter schedule, so this one weighs in at under an hour, but still gets the job done. The footage is from two of my favourite "underdog"...
Maybe it turns out that you aren't the spammer, and it's just the same shithead that has been doing it in IGN for the past 3 years. All the same, you made it easier for anybody to think it was you doing these things.
And if it wasn't you at all, then the other guy has been pretty good about impersonating you, and we don't have the time for a detective hunt.
For my part, I'll do like Buddah and just say "PM spammer" from now on, instead of throwing out names.In our first podcast we discuss:
- Assassin's Creed IV: Exciting new direction or too similar to Assassin's Creed 3?
- Sim City: Is persistent online an inexcusable way of preventing pirating?
It's good criticism, thank you!
We do cover more than Nintendo in our conversations, but I think it has mostly to do with these topics being the natural conversation we have with each other. We hope to make them more Nintendo-centric in the future, of course.This is our first podcast in a really long time and because it's a completely new crew we're going to consider this our first one. The members are
1) Cubits - Aussie
2) Alex - El Sombrero
3) Matt ...