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3-23-2010 @ 5:07PM
These are all excellent changes.A few more I would suggest:1. I don't think most people care what matt or anyone else has been up to in WOW. It feels more like a blog about their characters in podcast. I think the emphasis should move from what they did in WoW last week to what happened in WoW last week.2. Bring some columnists to talk about one or two topic in depth. I don't understand why you don't leverage the content on this website more. I would suggest pvp and crafting since those are things I find interesting.3. Some of the hosts have a tendency to repeat themselves or repeat what someone else has already said on the show. They also tend to talk over each other which is super annoying.
3-23-2010 @ 5:43PM
I disagree with your point 1 to a certain extent. I like hearing about Rossi and his exploits in the game. And of course the other guests/hosts. Now I don't want to hear them ramble on forever, but if they've finally got Lich King down lets hear about it. Or whatever else they might have done. Regards
3-23-2010 @ 5:52PM
Lol, maybe not crafting and pvp specifically. How about you guys focus on the most popular stories on the site and give your own unique insight and opinions on it rather than talking about wow news alone; I definitely think you should be plugging the site a bit more on the show.
3-23-2010 @ 6:39PM
I would suggest pvp and crafting since those are things I find interesting.I stopped reading after that. So the show sucks cause you don't like what the topics that they talk about... right....... you > all
3-23-2010 @ 9:17PM
Sky, you did not read my comments properly because I simply suggested that they go more in depth into a few topics rather than just a superficial coverage of news. I listed pvp and crafting as topics that they could cover which I would enjoy but of course I would enjoy them talking about any aspect of the game as long as it is done in depth.
3-24-2010 @ 12:39PM
I strongly disagree with your first point. Personally I love to hear what Mike and Matt are up to in the World of Warcraft. It makes them feel more like people and less like news bots.I think the best thing about this (and most) podcast(s) is the opinions of the hosts. I don't want to listen to impartial news reporters like I see on channel 3, I want to hear them tell the news and then give their opinions on it.After all, I already know most of the things they talk about anyway because I read wow.com every day, it's the opinions that make the podcast interesting.
3-29-2010 @ 12:01AM
Add me to the list of people that disagree with Point 1. Hearing what the guests and hosts have been doing gives insight into how they like to play the game, which is important info to have. If I know someone is heavily into raiding, I won't be shocked if they don't fully sympathize with casual players and vice versa.
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