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Re: Could YOU be an expert corespondent for the RB Podcast?

by ExedExes Tue Apr 03, 2012 11:24 pm

After hearing TEKTORO as the Tony Hawk expert on today's new podcast, I thought "hey, I could be an expert like that"

I see the classic arcade slot is filled, but I notice you had a non-video pinball opening there. I could do that, alongside arcade games, I've played and studied the history of pinball enough to know a lot about them. IPDB is my friend :lol:
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Re: Could YOU be an expert corespondent for the RB Podcast?

by pakopako Wed Apr 04, 2012 1:31 am

I've got a pastiche of history with anime and gaming (70s~90s), but I think D.S. has that covered.

I have a few friends who are more knowledgeable about game music; some orchestral composition, but mainly chiptunes. I can probably leech their knowledge temporarily if I prepare myself.
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Re: Could YOU be an expert corespondent for the RB Podcast?

by flex wood Wed Apr 04, 2012 4:42 am

mjmjr25 wrote:I think I could educate the shit out of you folks on septic tanks.

Please work this in to a podcast somehow.
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Re: Could YOU be an expert corespondent for the RB Podcast?

by Dakinggamer87 Wed Apr 04, 2012 11:50 am

I'm pretty knowledgeable with RPG's: Japanese/Western for current gen and retro as well 8)
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Re: Could YOU be an expert corespondent for the RB Podcast?

by YoshiEgg25 Wed Apr 04, 2012 11:59 am

mjmjr25 wrote:I think I could educate the shit out of you folks on septic tanks.

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Re: Could YOU be an expert corespondent for the RB Podcast?

by dsheinem Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:14 am

So.....anyone have a lot of expertise on the history of Treasure's games, the differences between various ports of all their games, the history of the company itself, etc.? Let us know!
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Re: Could YOU be an expert corespondent for the RB Podcast?

by pakopako Wed Jun 27, 2012 2:56 pm

dsheinem wrote:So.....anyone have a lot of expertise on the history of Treasure's games, the differences between various ports of all their games, the history of the company itself, etc.? Let us know!

I thought the Konami off-shoot only had two games that got multiple ports (Bangai-O, Ikaruga) -- before they broke down and did sequels on other consoles (Advanced Guardian Heroes, Sin & Punishment 2, etc.)

Of yeah, the one tidbit of possibly unique Treasure trivia I could contribute is that a lot of their staff members were in the credits for Axelay (SNES).
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Re: Could YOU be an expert corespondent for the RB Podcast?

by dsheinem Sat Jun 30, 2012 8:43 pm

pakopako wrote:
dsheinem wrote:So.....anyone have a lot of expertise on the history of Treasure's games, the differences between various ports of all their games, the history of the company itself, etc.? Let us know!

I thought the Konami off-shoot only had two games that got multiple ports (Bangai-O, Ikaruga) -- before they broke down and did sequels on other consoles (Advanced Guardian Heroes, Sin & Punishment 2, etc.)

Of yeah, the one tidbit of possibly unique Treasure trivia I could contribute is that a lot of their staff members were in the credits for Axelay (SNES).


so...are you volunteering?

We need someone with a lot of expertise on Treasure for the show we record Thursday night 9pm ET. Who's up for it?
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Re: Want to be the podcast's expert corespondent?

by Jagosaurus Tue May 21, 2013 11:25 am

Pretty knowledgeable on Saturn stuff if you ever have an episode with a lot SS or arcade port topics.

Everything from the history to the VCD card to imports. :)

Also, a Jaguar enthusiast if the ill fated Jag is a topic.

Not an expert of the subjects requested :)
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