Hide ya kids, Hide ya wife…. it’s another episode of the Perpetual Geek Machine podcast! Episode #11 is a number to celebrate really, it’s no milestone or earmark of any kind. Yet I so enjoy doing the podcast that each one is a little celebration to me, a chance to really nerd it out and get into some goofy conversations… like about 3D printers made out of lego that print functioning lego pieces. Oh yea, we really get our nerd on here.
So I think I have a job for you, our intrepid listeners. If you enjoy our show we’d be forever grateful if you could tell your friends about us. Right now we do this show simply because we love it, and fitting in into our normal isn’t always easy. As such we falter in to the advertising area, but I’ve always believed that word of mouth is better than a million bucks spend on google ads anyways. So if you dig the show, tell a friend to check it out… and as always we’d love to hear from you!
What’cha Been Doing? 3:14 – 48:45
- Casltevania: Lords of Shadow was passed over without nary a thought by 2/3rds of the podcasting team, luckily Ryan zigged when the rest of us zagged and lets us know that this probably isn’t the game we expected it to be.
- Kevin flys his sports flag for a bit with MLB:The Show 10
- Dan picked up Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days while it was experiencing a generous discount, and plays thorough Twisted Pixel’s latest zany game… Comic Jumper. The bad guy “Brad” has a great themesong.
Geek Spew 48:46 – 1:17:42 (Each of us brings a geek related news bit to the table to share and discuss)
- Ryan – 3D printers are a real and actual thing. There are few times in life when you can recognize the future while you’re looking at it, usually you end up looking back to see where the important changes actually set things into motion. But a printer than can actually print itself (and other 3D objects) gets us all kinds of excited for the future. Makerbots are the real deal!
- Kevin -After years of development hell, The Hobbit is coming to theaters!
- Dan – What was planned as a look back at 25 years of NES goodness quickly ends up turning into the utterly lackluster launch lineup for Kinect. Interesting conversation ensues are what exactly we’re paying for when we buy games/controllers/systems.
5 Hit Combo! 1:18:57 – End
- Dan Vs. Kevin
- This show’s topic: Top 5 statements to make to martians that have just landed on Earth
- Next topic:Top 5 as of yet invented tech products
- Interested in past topics and winners? You can see the breakdown here