Ding! Live! was recorded this past Saturday at 12pm GMT. In case you missed the show while it was on, here is the archived version for listening at your own leisure.
On the 57th episode of Ding! Live!, we join Calvin, Martin and, as Trey can’t make it this week, the host of The Godcast, Adam Cook, as they talk about all of the news they can think of to talk about coming out of the MMO side of the game’s industry. This week, aside from all of the usual news, the guys also spend a great deal of time talking about the recently released third person MMO; Defiance. Adam has played the Xbox 360 version of the game, Calvin the PC with Martin rounding off the trio by having spent time with both versions of the game. You’ll have to listen to the whole podcast to find out what the gang thought.
Ding! is now Ding! Live! too, so while you’ll still be able to download and listen to the podcast from all of the usual places (Stitcher, iTunes, directly from GodisaGeek.com, etc) you’ll now also be able to tune in live at VideoGameRadio.org and listen to the Ding! gang absolutely live, where you’ll be able to interact with them, ask them questions (via @DingPodcast on Twitter), just about anything. So don’t forget to tune in next week over at VideoGameRadio.org, Saturday at 12pm GMT!
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Ding! is a part of the GodisaGeek Podcast Network. Every Monday there will be a new archived episode but you can listen live at 12pm GMT on Saturdays at VideoGameRadio.org
By day I play video games, test video games or just simply write about them. By night I fight crime on the streets of London as a masked vigilante known only to a select few ... damn SECRET identity. Could never get the hang of that.
I've been writing about video games for about 10 years now, and playing them for even longer, starting off with a Spectrum ZX passed down to me in about 1988. Yes, I used to play games that came on cassettes. Yes, they were AWESOME!
I've been writing for God is a Geek since October 2010 and loving every minute of it, aside from that I write for my own website and work as a video game tester for Testology. So, yeah, I'm pretty much living the life of a gamer, and I don't intend stopping anytime soon thank you very much.
Unless I run out of money, then we might have a problem.