What’s Next For The Show…Posted on May 4th, 2013 7 comments
After feedback from a while back on the show…we changed direction and did deeper interviews rather than purely conference interviews. We also released deeper content with tutorials and books. I think the changes were for the better.
So what’s next…what do you like to hear…what articles do you want to read?
Thanks in advance for the feedback
I love the interviews you have on your site. I think it’s great that you really ask and talk about useful things, and not standard topics that have no real value (like other podcasts do).
I wish you did more of them. I check your site a few times a week to see if you posted new stuff.
Maybe you could do more interviews and post more often and make them premium for payed subscribers.
(I saw you have the “Get Upgrade” page, but it’s not very clear what’s it about)
I really enjoy the show, the BoxCat interview last month in particular was great, and I’d love to hear a follow up with those guys with their post-GDC impressions.
Otherwise, I’d love for the show to be more frequent, and possibly added to a service like Stitcher to make it easier to track updates.
I really enjoy your interviews too. It’s always great to hear how other game devs are doing things. I’m always checking for new ones. I think there’s a lot of interest for it if you keep at it.
Love the show- I have two suggestions.
1) do more.
2) do followups with many of the guests you’ve already interviewed once around. It would be interesting to hear how the g3czar guys are doing or if BoxCat decided to change strategy. There are many questions still hanging out there after your interviews. I’d love love love to hear post mortems on their releases. Maybe you can even call it a Post Mortem.
Keep up the great work!
well…. I agree whith Michail, on previous comment. The content is great and the main thing that could be better is how often the show is released. I hear podcasts from all over the world, but very often they focus on the funny talk and forget about the content. At first glance your podcast seems to be a little amateur, since there are no jingles, sound effects, and things like these, but personally I don’t think its essential, and the great content is waaaay better thand fancy panths sound effects. Keep the good work!
I agree with Anthony Shafer in every way!
Keep The Good Work Man!
Post Mortems of Nameless:
Veeeeery Goood material!
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