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This is the beta episode of a podcast we’re throwing together called “The Waffling Taylors Podcast”.
A couple of things that you need to know going in:
- I forgot to bring the microphone
We ended up having to use my laptop’s built in mic for this one, as such it sounds a bit weird
almost like we’re in a cave
I’ve cleaned up the audio as well as I can, but there are a few points were Chief Problem and I talk over eac' other.
- There are a few loud points
We had a few laughs making this podcast, as such we have a few laughs. Chief Problem and I were closer to the microphone than Squidgey was, so you’ll hear us laughing louder than him.
Chief Problem (or “Chief” as he became known) is a friend of ours and honorary waffler. He joined us for the beta and is willing to join us again
if we can tempt him back, that is.
In the beta episode of our new podcast, we talk with Chief Problem
who decided to go by
about the games we have been playing recently.
Here are the games we’ve been playing:
Squidgey’s Recent Games
- Resident Evil: Revelations
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Chief Problem’s Recent Games
- Metro Redux
- Pro-Evolution Soccer 2018
- Pillars of Eternity
Jay’s Recent Games
We also managed to talk about 56 games in 63 minutes, which averages out at one game every 88 seconds
which has to be some kind of record, right?
But it never feels like we’re bouncing between topics - at least it didn’t to me.
We’ve already written about some of the games we discussed, so here are some links to those posts:
External Links of Interest
We discussed a few cool things in this episode and here are links to them:
Links to the music used in the podcast can be found below. Definitely check them out, because they’re amazing tracks by awesome musicians.
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We mentioned 76 games in this post. In the following order, those games where: