I finally got my hands on Splinter Cell Conviction last night - it only took four years. The game surprised me from the moment I selected my difficulty and hit continue. The story in this game is so far told brilliantly. I really like the way components of the story are highlighted on walls like it's haunting Sam.
We'll be talking more about Splinter Cell Conviction on the show this week in our Games of the Week section. We'll also be talking about Sam and Max The Penal Code - which
This week Todd and I are set to launch Game On! Version 2.0. Our second season - I can't believe it's been a year since we launched this.
So we're going to try and imrpove the sound quality this week. We had some fun trialling it last night and we think we can pull it off. We'll have backup just in case we screw up the audio. But it should be fun.
We also might have a competition this week - we can't confirm it but we'll hopefully have a final yes or no by the time
"April 7, 2009 - you've tuned in to the first episode of Drunken Gamers Australia"
Yes in seven days Game On! turns one years old. Just to think - one year ago we tried to launch Drunken Gamers Australia and failed but from the ashes rose Game On!
In 12 months we've gradually gained more listeners and we are grateful for every one who has downloaded the show at least once to give it a listen. If it's not your thing then no big deal - there are some podcasts
Literally after we finished recording last week we got the news that South Australian Attorney General Michael Atkinson had resigned leading the way for Australia to finally get an R Rating for video games.
This week Game On! will send him off with a few segments sprinkled throughout the show with classic quotes from one of the biggest douchebags ever to be in Australian Parliament - Senator Stephen Conroy is a close second. A very close second.
We'll also talk about
At this time I haven't sent the show notes for Episode 46 of Game On! My work has been pretty f'n busy.
I work in health insurance in Australia in the sales team - signing up new members and keeping members wanting to leave. Health insurance in Australia is different to the US - everyone can take it out even if something is pre-existing and there are actual benefits to being in it.
Anyway - enough about that - let's get to Episode 46.
According to the