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Podcast #77 - The Final Show

by dsheinem Mon Dec 29, 2014 12:08 pm

In the final episode of the Racketboy Podcast, Dave and John talk about their year in gaming, their thoughts on the show's five-year run, and what they plan to work on in the future. Enjoy the final show, and thanks to everyone for all the support through the years!

http://www.racketboy.com/podcast/racket ... final-show

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We'd love to hear your reflections on the show's run. We talk a bit about it in the show, of course, but I think we both agreed that while we really enjoyed the "regular shows" that we did the highlight of the podcast was the quality of interviews and guests that we had over the years. As part of this post, I thought I'd compile that list:


Kurt Kulata (HG101)
Nick Reichart (Racketboy.com)
David Mrozek (The Video Game Critic)
Eugene Jarvis (Defender, Smash TV, NBA Jam)
Mark Turmell (NBA Jam, NFL Blitz)
Ville Vahervuori and Doug Lowry (Wizard of Wor record holders)
Britt LaRiviere (founder of The Speed Gamers)
Loading Ready Run comedy troupe
Steve Cartwright (Barnstorming, Seaquest)
Brandon Cobb (Super Fighter Team)
Vince Briel (Apple hardware enthusiast)
David Foley (Chakan, B.O.B., Strike series)
JJ Hendricks (videogamepricecharts.com)
Nathan Barnatt (Keith Apicary)
Benoit Renard (Phantasy Star Cave)
Gary Vincent (American Classic Arcade Museum)
Stewart "Wombat" Nacaht (CheapAssGamer)
Joe Santulli (Digital Press)
Jamie York (Game Underground store)
Nathan Fouts (Shoot 1-Up, Explosionade, Serious Sam Double D)
Michael Wilford (Explosionman, Comic Jumper, The Maw)
Jamie Cheng (Shank, Mark of the Ninja, Don't Starve)
Thomas Sansone (publisher of Video Game Trader Magazine)
Joe LeVan (Owner of Challenge Arcade in Reading, PA)
Ben Heck (famous modder)
Bacteria (famous modder)
Garnet Hertz (Outrun Project)
Lance Cortez (co-founder of Retroware TV)
Derek Slaton (retro game media producer)
Rafael Dyll (composer for Soldner-X, NG Dev games, etc.)
Matthew Doucett (Decimation X, Score Rush)
Adam Milecki (Rockin' Android)
Mike Posehn (Strike series)
Brandon DiCamillo (Jackass fame, Mortal Kombat record holder)
Ryan Morrison (Hands on Tanagrams, Pixel Lincoln)
MechCorps folks
Ed Fries (father of Xbox, Halo 2600)
Will Nicholes (Duck Attack, Atari homebrew)
Daron Stinnett (Star Wars: Dark Forces, Outlaws)
Albert Reed (Shoot Many Robots)
Chris Melissinos (Smithsonian's Art of Video Games)
Brett Vanderbrook and Chad Williams (PBC Productions)
James Rolfe (Angry Video Game Nerd)
The Able Gamers
Speed Demos Archive staff
The Protomen
Hal Larsson, Tim Ambrogi, and Mike Ambrogi (Jamestown)
Henry Lowood (Stanford University historian, librarian of games)
Tom Lipshultz (XSEED)
Kirsten Miller (Endless History Nihon Falcom fansite)
Pete Rosky (Double Dragon Neon)
Mia Putrino (Sonic 4)
Dean Dodrill (Dust: An Elysian Tail)
Timothy Loew (Massachusetts Digital Games Institute)
David Gaider (Dragon Age series, Baldur's Gate series)
Trent Oster (Baldur's Gate, Neverwinter Nights)
Charlie McShane (Yogscast: And the Mystical Dream Tower)
Stoic Studio (Banner Saga)
Leslie Redd (Director of Educational Programs at Valve Software)
Elizabeth Lane Lawley (Rochester Institute of Technology)
James Portnow (author of Extra Credits)
Crystal and Todd Graziano (famous cosplayers)
Ackk Studios (Two Brothers)
Sean Valesco (Shovel Knight)
Dave Welch (Boot Hill Heroes)
Jordan Weisman (Shadowrun, Mechwarrior)
Dan Geisler (Road Rash)
Chris Stollings (Operation Rainfall)
Mike Moehnke (RPGamer.com)
Chris Avellone (Planescape Torment, Fallout)
Bill Stiernberg (Zeboyd Games)
Daniel Johnson (author Wario Land 4 book)
…and about a dozen forum members, mods, etc.


all told we had more than 100 people take part in the show over the past 5 years - which is something we can always look back on with pride. :D
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Re: Podcast #77 - The Final Show

by AppleQueso Mon Dec 29, 2014 12:55 pm

See I stopped editing it for like two episodes and it completely dies. I was essential!

most embarassing moment: the prank callers in the charity auction call-in episode
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Re: Podcast #77 - The Final Show

by retrosportsgamer Mon Dec 29, 2014 2:21 pm

I was flattered to be a part of two of the 77 episodes (and I only paid for one!). One of my favorite listens. Glad Nick has kept the archive up on the site.

Looking forward to this - will share additional thoughts after listening.
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Re: Podcast #77 - The Final Show

by Jmustang1968 Mon Dec 29, 2014 2:28 pm

It was fun! I hope you guys enjoy this one and hopefully keep your eyes (or ears) peeled for potential new stuff in the future
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Re: Podcast #77 - The Final Show

by Jagosaurus Thu Jan 01, 2015 8:08 pm

Been a fan since I tuned in about a year ago & have listened to most of the backlog. Good stuff. RPG episode or Road Rash interview probably my favorites.
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Re: Podcast #77 - The Final Show

by retrosportsgamer Mon Jan 05, 2015 10:09 am

Only 45 minutes in but a big :lol: to John's "I've been on real raids..." comment and Dave just cracking up. Texas is crazy, yo.

(of course it is implied what he really meant, but still a good chuckle).
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Re: Podcast #77 - The Final Show

by retrosportsgamer Wed Jan 07, 2015 10:19 am

A good final show, I'm interested in reading your academic work actually Dave. I've always enjoyed your style.

Congrats to both of you. Keep us posted on future endeavors (I'll be getting the book).
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Re: Podcast #77 - The Final Show

by Erik_Twice Wed Jan 07, 2015 10:21 am

Wow, I didn't notice this until now. Nooooooo :(
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Re: Podcast #77 - The Final Show

by Nemoide Wed Jan 07, 2015 3:27 pm

I don't think I ever commented much on the episodes, but I've listened to the whole series and I really enjoyed it! The final episode was another great one!
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Re: Podcast #77 - The Final Show

by 8bit Thu Jan 08, 2015 10:41 am

Sorry to hear the podcast is ending. I've listened to at least 20 of them in full over the years and always enjoyed them. I hope the site always keeps the archive available. There is plenty of good content for new site visitors to enjoy and for others to go back to over the next many years.

Also another thought... Dsh I believe you put together the special podcast dvd audio set for the auction this year... if the sites store ever comes back online maybe you could collaborate with Nick to make that type of product available in the store. I bet even a limited run of say 20-30 copies for $25-$30 bucks a pop would be an easy sale to the members on the forum and to those who participated on the show. May not be a ton of money but it could probably pay for the a few months of hosting or just be a nice little bit of extra pocket money to someone.
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