Tuesday, June 5, 2012

KGB Radio Episode 32: Youhavemypermissiontopodcast


Boom! It's a veritable sausage fest! We're jam-packed into KGB Radio Studios with Rock, Chris, Pat, Dan Smith, and D. Bethel! Join us as we discuss E3, Doom 3 BFG Edition, the ongoing issues with Diablo 3, our three-way birthday, and a metric boat load more! Get ready for a full on chucklefest. It's going to blow your mind. 
 

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More like BFD edition, right? Right?


Happy birthday you assholes!


Burning Question For Answer: So Hot! 

What is your favorite video game soundtrack? Answer in the comments!


Do you have a question you'd like us to read on the show?  If so, write us at knowngriefers@gmail.com We will read anything you send us.





Rock can't wait to re-poo his pants all over again once Doom 3 is re-released. Woo!









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4 comments:

  1. I can't decide between Assassin's Creed II and Rock N' Roll Racing. I love the atmospheric sounds created by Jesper Kyd, but how can you beat Midi Ozzy Osbourne?

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    1. "Earth" is such an amazing track...

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  2. Okay, so maybe BFD edition was less clever than I originally though.

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  3. For Assassins Creed II I loved Ezio's Family, Flight of Venice I and II, Venice Rooftops, and some other stuff.

    However I really love Need For Speed III Hot Pursuit (1998) for all the racing game soundtracks. The soundtrack complemented the setting of the track and speed. Driving in a the desert, there was some country overtones with drum and bass. Driving in the countryside of rural Midwest US, Little Sweaty Sow by Saki Kaskas http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7RaGGlWBTQw Best use of bluegrass banjo, drum and bass, that one Aborigines croak sounding instrument, and the guitar breaking wild.

    How I judge a good sountrack is how well appropriately they are scored with setting and gameplay and it helps add to the atmosphere.

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