May 16th 2010 11:11AM No
Feb 16th 2010 1:47PM Just wanted to clarify that I do think that this is the best show you have done yet and they do seem to be steadily improving.
Feb 16th 2010 1:27PM I have to say that listening to the WoW Insider Show has been a bit painful lately. The new Host Mike Sacco is trying hard to fill the shoes of Mike Scrhamm, but instead should concentrate on filling his own shoes by relaxing and having FUN with the show. Matt Rossi is a bit gruff to take and is a great addition in small increments but should not really be the co-host every show. With Matt and Sacco the show seems a bit dry and brittle with no banter to lighten the mood. It really reminds me of trying to read a car repair manual, not that much fun but informative non the less. I will continue to listen to see the progression the show takes as I have really enjoyed it in the past and I am looking forward to what you guys do with it.
~ Make it fun to listen too again and not so dry.
~ Invite guests that do not giggle so much.
~ Improve production and sound quality.
~ Include bumpers to separate segments.
~ Have Rossi on occasionally, as he is very informative, but in my opinion sounds very sad and a bit depressed to listen too for long periods of time. Rossi, sound more upbeat and happier. You sound that way when you are really excited and stoked about a subject.
~ Remember to relax and have fun with it.
I do hope this helps WoW Insider to get better and better as time goes by.
Feb 16th 2010 12:52PM iTunes feed does not work
Nov 28th 2009 5:29PM @Mr. Angry
Please refrain from reading this column if real life offends you.
WoW is just a game, but it is played by real people.
Kudos to you Drama Mamas for answering this in column as I am sure that it addressed more than Brokenhearted's concerns.
I love your column and your frank and honest advice.
Keep those columns coming!