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Weekend Confirmed 72 - Diablo 3, Catherine, Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet

by Garnett Lee, Aug 05, 2011 11:00am PDT
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Diablo 3 starts this week's show off for Xav, Jeff, Garnett, and their guest, Clevver games' Andrea Rene. Garnett details his time playing a Demon Hunter in the beta before the subject turns to Insanely Twisted Shadow Planet, Catherine, the Resistance 3 multiplayer beta, and a couple other games. Diablo 3 also comes back up during the Warning with a discussion of Blizzard's decision to allow gear to be sold for cash in the game that gets, well, a little animated. Xav gets the show back on track with a fat stack of news that carries the momentum right up to Finishing Moves.

Weekend Confirmed Ep. 72: 08/05/2011

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Weekend Confirmed comes in four segments to make it easy to listen to in segments or all at once. Here's the timing for this week's episode:

  • Whatcha' Been Playin Part 1: Start: 00:00:00 End: 00:29:05

  • Whatcha' Been Playin Part 2: Start: 00:29:39 End: 00:59:47

  • The Warning: Start: 01:00:50 End: 01:36:35

  • Featured music "Brittle Bones" by Wintercoast: 01:36:35 End: 01:39:35

  • The Front Page news: Start: 01:39:35 End: 02:16:42

Wintercoast is an five-piece, alternative folk/rock band from Vancouver, BC. Band Members: Andrei Dumitrescu plays acoustic guitar and sings with Sylvie Bridgman. Samuel Chow rocks the electric guitar, Alex Kadhim plays bass and drummer Alberto Cristoffanini keeps it all together. Together, the band hopes to win over both hearts and minds on their quest for world domination, starting with your ears.

Their first four-track EP, "Trees, Homes & Better Place" has just been released and will be supported by gigs in the Vancouver area, so check the band's facebook page for information on upcoming shows!

Listeners can download the entire EP and set their own price! Yes, even for the low price of free! (Of course, even a minor donation would be greatly appreciated.) Get it now on the Wintercoast bandcamp page to download it today!

Original music in the show by Del Rio. Get his latest Album, The Wait is Over on iTunes. Check out more, including the Super Mega Worm mix and other mash-ups on his ReverbNation page or Facebook page, and follow him on twitter delriomusic.

Andrea Rene hosts the Clevver Games Channel. For more, check out the Clevver Games Facebook page and follow Andrea on twitter.

Jeff Cannata can also be seen on The Totally Rad Show. They've gone daily so there's a new segment to watch every day of the week!

Remember to join the Official Facebook Weekend Confirmed Page and add us to your Facebook routine. We'll be keeping you up with the latest on the show there as well.




Comments

  • It's really been irking me hearing on podcasts about the confusion of Catherine's moral choices. The morality system is not based on good vs. evil, it is based on law vs. chaos. I don't know how things turn out in the endings, but please stop talking as if the choices are good or bad. it's to be looked as, "are you a committed, settled down person or are you more independent and don't want to be tied down." I wouldn't call someone who believes life ends with marriage a bad person, they just don't believe in marriage. This game is serious when it asks you to be very honest with your choices. The choices push you toward the sensibilities of either one of the C/Katherines, not good or bad morality.

    The game makes this pretty clear, but I keep hearing commentaries on how people aren't sure how the morality system works. You can't be nice to both C/Katherines or you'll perpetually be stuck in the middle. You need to choose which one you're going for which effectively makes you act like a douche to the other. I wonder if there is a 3rd neutral ending. I'm locking myself out of any media on this game that would reveal such.

    I love listening to Garnett and the crew because they usually talk more in depth about why they like or don't like games by really getting into the mechanics or discussing the meta-content that games contain. When they make misnomers or inaccurate statements (Garnett called Vincent, Trevor) I don't blame them. They are busy and can't fully immerse themselves in every game they play. It does bring to mind, however, how having to blast through games affects one's enjoyment or ability to effectively comment on games.

    Weekend Confirmed Crew, what games do you wish you could slow down and smell the roses in to fully appreciate and enjoy what they have to offer?