Friday, September 21, 2012

First World Podcast: ep 1 Cookies and Beercast

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UPDATE:  We now have a Podbean account, which will get us up on iTunes very soon, hopefully...  So, for iOS users who the player doesn't work for and who would like to listen to our podcast while they are on the go, or jogging, or lifting weights,  please click on the title of the blog, or here.  Thank you so much for listening!!!


Our first podcast is live!!!  I will first say that there is a bit of popping later on in the podcast, we are not sure what it is, and are unable to edit it out, so, sorry, we will try harder next time.  Have fun listening to us, and hopefully it will be on iTunes soon.  Leave us some comments below, and if you want to be part of the conversation, send us an email at




  1. Very cool podcast! You guys show great insight and have a mature taste in gaming. It is rare to finding gaming podcasts that speak to us gamers who have been gaming since back in the days and do not need blood and guns in every game.

    I will sure follow this podcast! Thank you guys!

  2. Hey! Great podcast! I think you sold me on the Wii U. Nintendo has never led me astray, but the tablet controller seems a little gimmicky to me. I wasn't really up on the launch titles (aside from Nintendoland), so hearing about Zombie U was good. It sounds promising! Also, you're not the first people I've heard rave about Dark Souls. I've been looking for something to sink my teeth into after I found out none of Skyrim's DLC is coming to PS3 (jerks). One last thing: the hidden levels in New Super Mario Bros. Wii made me want to snap that disc in half. Congrats! Hope you guys keep going...I'll be listening!

  3. Johan-
    Thanks for checking us out! It's great to have listeners so early on enjoy the show. We are both very much on the side of you don't need uber- violence and crazy stuff to make a game fun for people of all ages.
    Zach -
    You would love Dark Souls, just make sure your neighbors don't mind you screaming profanity when the going get's really rough. Glad you are looking more into Wii U. Keep listening, I'm sure we'll be talking about it for months to come!

  4. I like the nod to a certain brother who played many an hour with you Heath. :)