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Episode 290: BOMZALDROPPEN

by James Jones, Greg Leahy, Jon Lindemann, and Jonathan Metts - May 6, 2012, 4:09 pm PDT
Total comments: 61

This week's show features tons of games, hot topics, a fat stack of emails, and a special announcement that you don't want to miss.

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This feature-rich podcast starts off with a smattering of impressions for Rhythm Thief, Metal Slug 3, Ace Combat: Assault Horizon, NHL '94 Online, Tales of the Abyss, and Xenoblade Chronicles. We also spend part of New Business going over some current issues in video gaming.  And all that is probably the least interesting stuff you'll get out of this episode.

We return to Listener Mail this week, and the bag goes deep as we've had an overabundance of fantastic emails; it may take a while to catch up with all the best ones, but here's a sampling of five to get us started. We cover topics such as StreetPass gluttony, Mario revisiting SubCon, the downsides of Nintendo's new digital release strategy, how to continue gaming in a foreign land, and the unsung majesty/absurdity of Pandora's Tower. Keep 'em coming, please!

We finally end with a very special announcement that you'll definitely want to hear. More next week!

This podcast was edited by Greg Leahy.

Music for this episode of Radio Free Nintendo is used with permission from Jason Ricci & New Blood. You can purchase their newest album, Done with the Devil, directly from the record label, Amazon (CD) (MP3), or iTunes, or call your local record store and ask for it!

Additional music for this episode of Radio Free Nintendo is copyrighted to Nintendo, and is included under fair use protection.

Talkback

Pixelated PixiesMay 06, 2012

Cool. I'm always happy to hear more discussion of Xenoblade. That game was so enjoyable. Just thinking about it makes me want to go play it again. I mean, I won't. You know, because it's like 100 hours long, but still.

Regarding the announcement:

It is very unfortunate that Greg has decided to step down as editor and regular member of the RFN team, but I do appreciate all he's contributed (time/efforts) as well as all the enjoyable episodes where he could offer an interesting perspective on the discussions.  I'd be lying if I didn't say I felt something was afoot with the increasing frequency of Guillerme's guest appearances.  Like Dick York being replaced by Dick Sargent in Bewitched, I am sure Guillerme will continue to contribute faithfully to the RFN crew, but he will not be able to replace Greg's wit, taste in games, or accent.

I wish all the best for Greg, and hope he decides to at least continue contributing in the forums or make occasional guest appearances on the podcast in the future.

Look forward to see what you guys have in store for next week!

The RuffiansMay 06, 2012

Greg, whatever is happening in your life -- I wish nothing but the best, you deserve it.  Your unique voice will truly be missed. <3

Glad0sMay 06, 2012

This is quite possibly the saddest episode of RFN I've ever heard. But, I can't say I'm not surprised...but still, Mr. Leahy, you will be sorely missed. Can't wait until next week's big "say goodbye to Greg" episode. It's been great.

TrueNerdMay 06, 2012

I am both saddened by Greg's departure and incredibly appreciative of everything he's done for the show. Editing anything is a bitch and the job he has done is one of the best jobs you'll see, and he did it for free. But the double whammy of also not hosting is rough.

You'll be missed Greg. Cheers.

PajamasMay 06, 2012

Greg, I'm sad to see you go, but if you must, you must. I have been listening to the show for going on two years now, and your input on the industry has been enlightening and entertaining. Best of luck to you in whatever your future holds.

TJ SpykeMay 06, 2012

Greg has always been my favorite member of the RFN crew (no offense to the others), so it's sad to see him go. Haven't listened to the episode yet, so I don't know the reason, but thank you for your service to the podcast (both on the podcast, and your excellent editing of it).

LithiumMay 06, 2012

I understand why Greg is leaving but that wont stop me from making a sadface. He was my favourite member of the RFN pannel.


:(

Pixelated PixiesMay 06, 2012

It's kind of weird. It's not like I know Greg personally or anything, but this has really bummed me out. I know that some of you guys on the RFN crew listen to podcasts yourselves, so you might appreciate that the audience for this podcast really do value what you guys do; and of course Greg's contribution to the show was immense.

It's Hoban Wash all over again!

supergttMay 06, 2012

aw man. :(

house3136May 07, 2012

I remember back in January the RFN team answered a part of a question I submitted about what Mario would look like in 1080p on Wii U. Everyone started joking around, and the first thing that Greg said was “Photorealistic Ron Jeremy”; I still laugh about that. To Greg, I’m thankful that I got to have some of your personal and continuously dedicated insight before you’re no longer available on the podcast. I also said in that letter that you have one of the most exotic and erudite voices I’ve ever heard; and I still stand by that. Thanks again.

Uncle_OptimusMay 07, 2012

Recently discovering RFN is what brought me to this website and it is this episode that finally gets me posting.
The reason of course is to thank Mr Leahy for this long stream of episodes that have been graced with his dedicated work and voice. I have really appreciated the high quality of the show not just in its worthy banter but in all the production flourishes that have made it a joy to listen to each week.
For any regular listener it's apparent this show is a labour of love for all those involved, so cheers again to this classy Nintendo fan. We are sure going to miss his ever insightful points, tortured love of the beleagured Bills and smooth Britishness but perhaps we can at least cling to the hope that Greg will still be able to visit every so often (let us at least have that, dammit!)

TlonMay 07, 2012

I wish Greg the best in life. It is sad news and he will surely be missed. I really wish that we could keep on listening to Greg's opinions and remarks through listener mail.
Again I wish Greg the best and his work is truly appreciated.

Pixelated PixiesMay 07, 2012

My comment on last week's podcast talkback seems kind of eerie in retrospect. I said,
"Yay for more Guillaume. Boo for no Greg."
I stand by it though. It sucks that Greg will no longer be a part of the show, but I'm also kind of glad that it's Guillaume who is to take up Greg's mantle (burden?). I thought he was a great addition to those episodes he participated in, including at PAX, and he seems to fit in really well with the other members of the RFN crew. Often when guests are brought on to podcasts those episodes end up being my least favourite, as they are usually vaguely uncomfortable or awkward. Right from the offset though Guillaume seemed to get what was so great about NWR (perhaps because NegativeWorld is doing something similar).
I'm sad that this particular era has come to an end, but equally I'm excited to see where the show goes from here. Also, I really hope this isn't the last time we've heard from Greg. Hopefully he'll be willing to come back every once in a while much as he does for Radio Trivia.

Uncle_OptimusMay 07, 2012

Yeah, I have not heard enough from the New Guy (gonna have to learn how to pronounce his name) to get a feel for his way of thinking and discussion. With Greg I really appreciated his business-side and strategy minded comments and it really helped to make RFN live up to its "discussion for grown-ups" moniker. He really mixed well with the styles of the other hosts.
New G-man, you got ol' G-man's big shoes to fill! (but big thanks for taking on the responsibility)

MassimoMay 07, 2012

Greg, I remember when you talked about what Retronauts had meant to you, after their "last" episode. I feel the same right now, sad and grateful. I'm glad that RFN will live on and I'm sure Guillaume will do a great job, but the podcast won't be the same. Your clever and witty voice will be trully missed. Thank you so much for these years on the podcast... Grazie!

suzzopherMay 07, 2012

Long time lurker, but wanted to say how sad I am to see Greg go :(


Hope all goes well in all you do Greg, thanks for the years of laughter and insightful podcasting. Your taste in games very closely matched my own(must be a British thing).

geoMay 07, 2012

Greg,
I understand that you can't do this podcast anymore because of the time conflict (5 AM is amazing, I can't believe you did that every week for years!), is it possible we could hear you on other podcasts?  What will your involvement be with NWR?  Should we just look for you in the talkback threads?

CericMay 07, 2012

I'm sad to hear Greg's departure.  I'm hoping this is a sign that he has met someone and is starting a family of his own. If I'm right, Tin Snips, Refrigerated Chews, and Precision Screwdrivers.  Its been good hearing your unique perspective and counter-balance.  I'll miss hearing you and the dynamic you brought to the group.

Now to Guillaume.  I had the sneaking feeling you be joining in some capacity.  I'm glad your coming on.  I'm sure your editting skills are superb.  I think you have a lot to bring to the table.  I'm leaning to calling you Neg G when I mention you on Twitter for the world to know my comments.

Correct me if I'm wrong but this brings the whole cast to the States which I have mixed feelings about.  I'm going to stop there because I do think Neg G will be a good edition.

Fiendlord_TimmayMay 07, 2012

I always knew the day would come when the current crew would break up. I just didn't expect it to happen so soon, and I never thought Greg, the "Cal Ripken Jr. of RFN", would be the first to go.

After years of listening to the podcast, I feel like I know each of the members personally, and to me they feel like some of my closest friends. Hearing that Greg will be leaving brought a tear to my eye, but he absolutely deserves it. After over 4 years of damn near perfect attendance, and more than 170 weekends editing the podcast, he's more than put his time in.

Greg's unique personality, his sharp wit, Bills fanaticism, insightful opinions, and immense respect for his colleagues and listeners will be missed.

Nobody can replace you Greg. You will always hold a special place in our hearts.

Thanks for everything, and hope to see you around NWR in the future!

norfairMay 07, 2012

I am deeply saddened by Greg's departure from the show and would like to use this opportunity to thank him for the countless hours and sleepless nights he invested in recording and editing probably the best gaming related podcast on the net. As a fellow European (I'm from Switzerland), I always enjoyed and appreciated hearing Greg talk about NoE and region-specific happenings. Greg, I wholeheartedly hope you'll stay active on the site (or finally register a twitter account :p). It would be a real shame if the Nintendo community were to lose someone like you. All the best for your future. Thank you.

ShyGuyMay 07, 2012

Greg? :confused;

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=31g0YE61PLQ

leahsdadMay 07, 2012

Wowzers. 

I'm usually in front of a computer, working at my desk, when I listen to RFN on Mondays.  During the podcast today, as with other Mondays, there were points at which I wanted to put up a post on the talkback (like Johnny, trust me, when kids swap 3DS's, it WOULD matter.  It wouldn't make sense to us adults, but for kids, these things matter) but I kept waiting because at the beginning of the show there was a tease about an important announcement.  I figured it would be some big plan for #300.

Wowzers.

Greg, besides just being an intelligent voice and someone who I always felt best represented my interests in games, was a real touchstone for the show and will be sorely, sorely missed.  Though just being on a podcast, much less editing it, seems to me to be just such a huge commitment of time and energy that I cannot imagine doing it on any schedule or for any length of time, much less that sleepless schedule and extremely protracted length of time that Greg has.  Cheers to Greg.  Been listening to RFN for a good 3 years now and it has become pretty much the only podcast on my MP3 player, next to Connectivity.  If you ever get a streetpass from a Mii that says "I listen to RFN" then chances are, you streetpassed me.  Thanks Greg.

I have a larger response to make, but to Ceric's question, Guillaume is in Canada. So no, all of RFN is not in "the States."

CericMay 07, 2012

Quote from: Crimm

I have a larger response to make, but to Ceric's question, Guillaume is in Canada. So no, all of RFN is not in "the States."

All in NoA territory.  Nice to have an Active Canadian. *whistle*

EyothrieMay 07, 2012

Thank you, Greg.  You will be missed!

NWR_DrewMGAndy Goergen, AlmunusMay 07, 2012

As a former podcast editor myself, what Greg has brought to the table these past three years simply cannot be overstated.  The man is a miracle worker, and the pinnacle of professionalism.  Cheers Greg.

Godspeed, Greg. One of the major reasons I got into RFN in the first place was the work you did on editing... and knowing that you would have to stay up until 5am just to record, then 3 full days of editing just to get rid of Lindy's WoW rambling makes this a retirement well earned.

Is it too bad to hope for the occasional Connectivity visit, and perhaps more regular visits to Radio Trivia?

(For what it's worth, I've got a warning tale on what happens when you lose a 3DS, but I'll save that for Listener Mail...)

NWR_DrewMGAndy Goergen, AlmunusMay 07, 2012

Quote from: Shaymin

(For what it's worth, I've got a warning tale on what happens when you lose a 3DS, but I'll save that for Listener Mail...)

Looking forward to hearing that.

AVMay 07, 2012

We all love you Greg and all the hard work you put into the show I'm sorry you had to leave us. I hope you can occasionally drop by from time to time like e3 or even occasionally on connectivity .



yoshi1001May 07, 2012

Greg, will you at least be on Radio Trivia every now and again? It's my goal to zing every RFN staff member with a crazy/dysfunctional game on that show, and I haven't gotten you yet.

Also, if you're still willing to commit to an occasional episode a la Famicast, I'd love to see a monthly PALcast that covers Europe. At the very least, you could occasionally do segments on Connectivity as others have suggested. It would be far too great a crime for you to go completely silent.


Stinger: You forgot to mention the TV cartoon based on The Mighty Ducks (and the derisive reference in Space Jam to the team name).

jrlibrarianJeffrey Trewin, Associate EditorMay 07, 2012

When I downloaded this episode this morning, I knew that only two things could be revealed at the end of the episode. Either Jonny would be stepping down as host, or Greg would be leaving. I was more leaning towards Greg leaving, due to the fact that Guillaume that has been appearing on several episodes recently, including the panel at PAX. I couldn't stop myself from skipping to the end of the episode, and it turns out I was right.

I've been listening to the podcast since the beginning of Season 2, and have since listened to every episode many a time over. To an extent, I feel like I've come to know each member of the podcast personally, despite the fact that I haven't met any of you in real life yet. I've grown to look forward to every new episode on Sunday evenings, and as far as I can remember, Greg has been a part of it. His insightful opinions, never-ending love for the Bills, and just all-around Britishness have made the show what it is today. His influence will always stand, and he can never ever be replaced. There is no doubt that Greg will be missed, and the years of hard work that he has put into the show will always be greatly appreciated.

Godspeed, my friend.

ivanincubusMay 07, 2012

Oh boy, the bills really hit you hard didn't they? Anyhow, I wish the best, not just to greg, but to all the rfn crew. You are all and have been a great part of my life. Thankyou for all the laughs greg.

Hey Einstein!May 08, 2012

Like a lot of people posting here, Greg's insight and whit are what I most look forward to when I download the podcast each week. No disrespect to the rest of the team, and I'm always interested by Jame's New Business each week. But like so many others here I am grateful and truly sorry to hear the news. All the best to you Greg!

MoRZMay 08, 2012

I was very sad to hear that Greg has decided, albeit it makes sense, to leave RFN in full capacity. I always felt that it was a tremendous task to do this from here in Europe. His editing skills have been so superb that I mentioned the composition of chapters, content and chapter images in a paper on podcasts. I think we will really miss him and his humor. I hope one day he can make it to PAX or E3 to meet with the guys or someone goes to visit him in person.

I would really like the occasional appearance of him as Guest Star or Returning Champion. Greg has often alluded that he is a very boring person outside of podcasting and gaming and I never believed him. Godspeed in what you'll do in the future, Mr. Leahy.

I hope he will appear on Box Office Poison, Discover Music Project or Radio Trivia in the future. Or on episode 300/the next marathon.

Thanks for your great work.

PlugabugzMay 08, 2012

Quote:

We finally end with a very special announcement that you'll definitely want to hear.

It was not an announcement i wanted to hear at all. FALSE ADVERTISING!!!!!

*cries in the corner*

Fatty The HuttMay 08, 2012

Yes, we love you Greg, we already miss you, you are/were awesome, your editing skills are legendary, you have put in so very much work that has elevated the podcast to an amazing height, we feel like we know you and wish you nothing but the best.

etc. etc. blah blah blah

OK, fine, I'll say what we're all thinking then:

EFF YOU, GREG, YOU GODDAM QUITTER!!!

(Just kidding, of course. The first part is the truth.)

BlueStormMay 08, 2012

Greg,

Many thanks for all the hard work over the last few years.  It's always been a pleasure to listen to.  Your depth of knowledge on gaming amazes me.

Based on the amount of time it takes to edit a show, no one person deserves to do that gig long term.  Hopefully this move gives you more time to enjoy more pleasant pursuits. 

Very large shoes to full.  They'll be filled I am sure, just not quite in the same way.


Thanks again to you Greg, and to the rest of the crew.  It's a great show, and I am sure it will continue to be.


CericMay 08, 2012

...
I can' believe I missed the chance to do the old Dooomed DOOOOOOMMMMMEEEEED.  Soon RFN will Be a Third Party Podcaster
...

QuadranMay 08, 2012

Greg,

It saddens me to hear that you will be leaving the podcast, but after hearing your dedication for the podcast (sacrificing a lot of hours in the weekend for editing, staying up very late/waking up very early for recording,...) I can understand why you are resigning from this podcast.

I hope you will continue to be an active contributor to the community as your insight to the gaming culture  and your comments on the European gaming news is something I'm going to miss.

Thanks again Greg for all those years. I wish the best of luck to Guillaume and the rest of the crew for continuing with such a great show.

kind regards,
Quadran.

gojiraMay 08, 2012

Greg, you're awesome.  I'm sad to hear you're no longer going to be on the show.  Good luck with your non-RFN activities.

UltraClaytonMay 08, 2012

It's too bad to hear that you have to leave. I really appreciate the years of hard work and sacrifice you put in to editing the show; it sounds like a daunting task. Good luck with whatever else you will be doing with those 700 freed up hours you now have in the week. I hope to hear you again if you have the chance ;)

I think Guillaume will do a good job though. I didn't notice a thing out of the ordinary with episode 289.

RazorkidMay 08, 2012

It hurt my heart when I heard of Greg's  total departure from the podcast.  You of all the podcast personalities of all the podcast programs I've listened to had the uncanny ability to voice the exact concern, opinion, or looked over point that I would have made in the many discussions on Nintendo that occurred on RFN.  Please, please, please don't be a stranger on NWR and the best of luck to you for the future.


Also, don't write off guest appearances please!

ShyGuyMay 08, 2012

A month or so back, I told James in an email that he was my favorite RFNer, but don't tell Greg. I somehow think this is all my fault.

KwolfMay 09, 2012

Wow I finished listening to this episode tonight while working..  So sad to hear you are leaving the podcast Greg.  Still just wanted to say thank you for working so hard on the show for so long.  Honestly RFN has been one of the best podcasts I have ever listened to.  It's not just your guys speaking but a lot of the great editing and time put into each episode shows.

Anywho best wishes to you man, and thanks again for all the hard work.

Glad0sMay 09, 2012

Wow, a Greg co-hosted Discover Music Project would be pretty epic.

Olimar77May 09, 2012

You'll be missed, Greg. I hope this isn't the last we hear from you. And thanks for stepping in Guillaume. I've enjoyed your guest appearances and look forward to hearing more from you each week.

broodwarsMay 09, 2012

I'm sad that Greg has chosen to take his talents to South (Bantham) Beach, but given all the times Greg has brought up that he really wanted someone else to do the editing I'm not surprised.  Now who's going to say "perfunctory" all the time on the podcast?!  ;)

Seriously, Greg, you'll be missed.  You were one of my favorite voices on the show, and your editing helped make RFN my favorite podcast on the internet.  I hope you'll be back for guest appearances in the future.

martyMay 09, 2012

Farewell Greg; you are awesome.  Good luck in the future.


I've wondered for years why EA hasn't done a remix NHL 94 with 20XX players... especially for the Wii.  The Wii is the first Nintendo console in 20+ years of console ownership for which I didn't buy a hockey game.
NES= Ice Hockey and Blades of Steel (and got a Rom in 1999 or so of the Technos Japan hockey game)
SNES= NHL 94 and 96 (later 95 and NHLPA on the cheap)
N64= Wayne Gretzky's 3d Hockey '98 and NHL 99
GCN= NHL 2003
PC= NHL Hockey (first year... 1992 maybe?) NHL 97 and NHL 2001
I would LOVE it if EA did a 2D/ Sprite based hockey game again.  I'd gladly pay for a fully featured (season/manager/owner mode) game.  I've long felt that the transition from 2d to 3d took a lot of fun out of hockey games.

LittleIrvesMay 09, 2012

Pardon me for throwing yet another log on the Greg Praise fire, but it deserves to burn long and burn bright...
The first time I listened to RFN, right before PAX East '10, I liked it okay but couldn't quite understand 'that British guy.' Soon I grew to appreciate Greg's perspective and eventually his became the voice I waited to hear from the most. As many have said, I feel oddly connected to each of you, having listened weekly for years, and it's genuinely sad to hear of Greg's stepping down. But it's true: You've damn well earned a long break. Enjoy your free time and I'll look forward to hearing you again, in some capacity, in the future. (Go Lions!)
P.S. Good luck Guillaume!

motangMay 09, 2012

Sad to hear Greg won't be on the podcast, and thanks for doing all that stuff you have done. Please don't be a stranger to RFN.

Quote from: marty

Farewell Greg; you are awesome.  Good luck in the future.


I've wondered for years why EA hasn't done a remix NHL 94 with 20XX players... especially for the Wii.  The Wii is the first Nintendo console in 20+ years of console ownership for which I didn't buy a hockey game.
NES= Ice Hockey and Blades of Steel (and got a Rom in 1999 or so of the Technos Japan hockey game)
SNES= NHL 94 and 96 (later 95 and NHLPA on the cheap)
N64= Wayne Gretzky's 3d Hockey '98 and NHL 99
GCN= NHL 2003
PC= NHL Hockey (first year... 1992 maybe?) NHL 97 and NHL 2001
I would LOVE it if EA did a 2D/ Sprite based hockey game again.  I'd gladly pay for a fully featured (season/manager/owner mode) game.  I've long felt that the transition from 2d to 3d took a lot of fun out of hockey games.


My assumption is that the market for such a game would be so incredibly small that EA wouldn't think it would be worth their time. 

The only place I could see it working well would maybe be on cellphones.

CericMay 10, 2012

Quote from: lolmonade

Quote from: marty

Farewell Greg; you are awesome.  Good luck in the future.


I've wondered for years why EA hasn't done a remix NHL 94 with 20XX players... especially for the Wii.  The Wii is the first Nintendo console in 20+ years of console ownership for which I didn't buy a hockey game.
NES= Ice Hockey and Blades of Steel (and got a Rom in 1999 or so of the Technos Japan hockey game)
SNES= NHL 94 and 96 (later 95 and NHLPA on the cheap)
N64= Wayne Gretzky's 3d Hockey '98 and NHL 99
GCN= NHL 2003
PC= NHL Hockey (first year... 1992 maybe?) NHL 97 and NHL 2001
I would LOVE it if EA did a 2D/ Sprite based hockey game again.  I'd gladly pay for a fully featured (season/manager/owner mode) game.  I've long felt that the transition from 2d to 3d took a lot of fun out of hockey games.


My assumption is that the market for such a game would be so incredibly small that EA wouldn't think it would be worth their time. 

The only place I could see it working well would maybe be on cellphones.

Or a good download service with online play and tourney support.  I mean think about the league that Lindy is in.  I good base infrastructure and you could buy the base game then just year packs, because people just want roster updates not mechanic changes.

FZeroBoyoMay 10, 2012

We're all going to miss you, Greg, and all wish you the best. Though, you must return occasionally in the future or for big events, like episode 300 or if the site decides to have another live show at the end of the year.


Thanks for bringing a nice blend of charm, insight, and gaming tastes to the show along with superb editing. May the Force be with you.

I shall keep a torch burning for you, Greg. Godspeed, good luck in your future endeavors, and thanks for all the fish.

Kytim89May 10, 2012

I will eat pizza in honor of Greg leaving the podcast.

martyMay 11, 2012

Quote from: lolmonade

Quote from: marty

Farewell Greg; you are awesome.  Good luck in the future.


I've wondered for years why EA hasn't done a remix NHL 94 with 20XX players... especially for the Wii.  The Wii is the first Nintendo console in 20+ years of console ownership for which I didn't buy a hockey game.
NES= Ice Hockey and Blades of Steel (and got a Rom in 1999 or so of the Technos Japan hockey game)
SNES= NHL 94 and 96 (later 95 and NHLPA on the cheap)
N64= Wayne Gretzky's 3d Hockey '98 and NHL 99
GCN= NHL 2003
PC= NHL Hockey (first year... 1992 maybe?) NHL 97 and NHL 2001
I would LOVE it if EA did a 2D/ Sprite based hockey game again.  I'd gladly pay for a fully featured (season/manager/owner mode) game.  I've long felt that the transition from 2d to 3d took a lot of fun out of hockey games.


My assumption is that the market for such a game would be so incredibly small that EA wouldn't think it would be worth their time. 

The only place I could see it working well would maybe be on cellphones.

I doubt that NHL Hits or any of the NHL 2K games on Wii really improved the bottom lines of any publisher.
The problem with cellphones is the same problem that the Wii has: compromised controls.  You need responsive controls for reflex based games, touch screens and motion controls don't offer that.

TeaHeeMay 11, 2012

Greg I will miss hearing you on the podcast.  I enjoyed both the knowledge and wry sense of humor you brought to the show.  It was especially interesting hearing information from outside of the US.

I hope you find time to continue on the site or guest on future podcasts, especially after E3. I have been listening to you speculate and hypothesize about the Wii U for months; it would be a shame not to know your final impressions.

PS I thought you were the best at subtly putting James in his place.

PPS  I know this might seem insensitive, but is the website going to sell a Guillame (sp) patch to add to my t-shirt?  It could be added right next to FREE.  Also, my Cowboys torched your Bills.

TJ SpykeMay 11, 2012

If our Bills make the playoffs for the first time since 1999, I demand Greg appear on that weeks show. LOL

ShyGuyMay 12, 2012

Also, any Bill Belichick news must be reported on by Greg.

ControlerFleXMay 13, 2012

Bombs indeed...... I finished the episode later this week(Friday) so I was late to the news. Thanks Greg. Holla at cha later FULL STOP

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