Conversation 001: Introductions & Our Mutual Top 10 Games

We have finally done it! The first episode of our podcast is available for download!

While we apologize in advance for some of the IE-only display problems, we simply could not wait on debuting the show any longer. Some random pages may also be found in a state of near-completion. Myself, Jeff, and Andrew have been really excited about doing this for so many months. We have these types of conversations all of the time, and it made such perfect sense to turn it into a new podcast series.

Oh, right… hello, there!

My name is Mike.  I typcially go by “VegettoEX” on these here intartubez.  My main podcasting gig is actually over at a DragonBall website that I have been running for over a decade.  Jeff comes to us from around the corner from me, but also from guest appearances on my show, as well as his own indie-music podcast.  Andrew comes to us from many years of chillaxing with video games throughout high school, college, and our post-educational adult lives.

With this first episode, we do some additional introductions (covering all sorts of aspects such as current gaming, consoles owned over the years, and gaming habits and their evolutions), as well as go over our “Mutual Top 10 Games”. What does this mean, you ask? The three of us came up with our own, individual lists of our favorite games. We came together not knowing what the others listed, and fought long and hard until we were both (a) exhausted, and (b) satisfied with the result. You can read all of our individual lists (as well as the mutual list) right here on the site, an added bonus for checking us out.

Until the podcast shows up in the iTunes store, you can see other subscription methods on the “Podcasts” page, and can also just subscribe to the general feed of the site:

We thank you for waiting so patiently for this episode to come out. We are psyched to have you with us, and we will work hard on making future episodes as engaging as they can be. Drop us a line; we can’t wait to hear from you.





9 responses to “Conversation 001: Introductions & Our Mutual Top 10 Games”

  1. desirecampbell Avatar

    Finally! Can’t wait to sink my teeth into this one.

  2. Hyperion Avatar

    Currently, the only podcast I listen to on a regular basis, but this could easily join it because of its sheer awesomeness. Keep up the good work, hope to see it on iTunes soon.

  3. Hyperion Avatar

    Oh darn, meant to say DaizEX was the only one I listen to, oh well.

  4. Calcaneus Avatar

    Can the world take two podcasts involving you guys? I don’t know, but I’ll be listening until the Earth eventually implodes.

    I already have high hopes for this. I’m listening right now and you guys seem to already be in the groove of things, mostly likely because you already have podcasting experience.

  5. Albert Avatar

    Aww, man. Another podcast joins the list. Let’s see, this makes it my……8TH podcast!!!

  6. Domon Avatar

    What!? Nobody likes Chrono Trigger? Not even you Mike? Thats crazy!

  7. Roxy Avatar

    Congrats to another awesome podcast you guys!
    I have to admit that I wasn’t so sure about this one at first because I thought it would be more about new games that I don’t have a clue about but the top 10 list was AMAZING! I love every single game on the list so much and it made me happy to hear that I’m not the only person thinking that these ‘older’ games are so much more fun to play!
    Thanks for making my day with this! I’m already excited for episode 2! 😀

  8. Timo Avatar


    Some thoughts about Sonic 2. I think this’ll be a very different opinion than you thought. 😉

    I don’t like it. Normally, every Sonic game (up to Sonic Adventure 2 and except the handheld versions) is something special to me. Sonic 1 introduced the Mega Drive / Genesis to me, Sonic 3 is my favorite (especially when it’s locked on Sonic & Knuckles – I L.O.V.E. it), Sonic Adventure was THE Dreamcast game (at the start) and the speed and graphics of Sonic Adventure 2 – although generally it was a disappointment – impressed me so much…
    But Sonic 2…I don’t know. I don’t like the stages. They’re too long and I was bored by the level design. The graphic style in some stages are very weird and the last bosses were bitches. It’s kinda hard to say what exactly I don’t like…but I think you get the idea. 😉

    Okay, now I’ll listen to the rest. 🙂

  9. andrew Avatar


    We knew we would get comments like that. I believe we are actually planning on a show that will address that. I think a lot of people probably think we’re crazy for not having it on the list.


    Yeah, I would have been surprised if some one didn’t comment about Sonic 2. Some of the games on our listed surprised even us. Actually, the way you feel about Sonic 2, is pretty close to how I feel about 3. And I think most people would actually take your side. But I stick by what we said.

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