Hello gamescoop. please please please run the audio through a compressor. the loud points are extremely loud while the whispering or mumbling is inaudible. very difficult to listen to in a car or my semi truck. thanks
That last guy who read... Was he on cocaine? Damn! Calm the heck down
new fallout sounds like Minecraft. R.I.P.
I was almost screaming the answer to 20 questions.
My mom threw out my gameboy advance because it "took to much space"
I actually got the 20 questions right! And I can't prove that to anyone...
Bye fb55. 8
lloveve the name lol
This is a cool photo
my husband and I are so excited about all these new games coming our way, he he he...
you guys are awsome
Hey guys, I have an hour and 15 min drive to work. thanks for making it suck that much less! great stuff!
What about motorsport 7
i love your pod casts
Loved the show, listened all the time. Then the new format came and its just wierd. Its all broken up, the theme song isn't there, its not being recorded on the same day so there are constantly different people on each segment change. Also the audio has taken a massive drop in quality because of this. I love the show just please, please bring back the old format
What a podcast! No matter what system(s) you own, what games you play (or "game" if you're also a Three Red Lights listener), or if you have absolutely no interest in games, you'll appreciate Game Scoop! Produced, edited, and hosted by Daemon Hatfield, Scoop! covers gaming news on all major platforms (Nintendo's Wii and DS, Microsoft's Xbox 360, Sony's PS3 and PSP, and even a little PC) with commentary from a number of editors writing on IGN's different channels. The group discusses and debates happenings in the industry from game delays, to recently reviewed titles, to studio mergers and what it means for us gamers (and them; they're gamers too). While there are a number of regulars who offer their thoughts (cranky Craig Harris and Greg Miller, who's hilarious and LOUD), Daemon makes the show so inclusive, you'll feel like you're sitting at the table with him. He's funny without trying, humble, and he'll make you question what you have to be down about. Before a subject starts spinning its wheels, you'll appreciate his meticulous editing that splices in music or in-game audio relevant to the next topic, resulting in a smooth transition and concise final product. This is how podcasts should be and while I haven't heard all the podcasts in the world, I doubt I'll find one to top it. Keep it up guys! My only complaint is that this deserves to be a video podcast. Do that, and I'll give it six stars; don't ask how. :D