Weekend Confirmed 137 - Halo 4, Assassin's Creed 3

By Andrew Yoon, Nov 02, 2012 11:00am PDT

Halo 4 is pretty darn good. And hosts Garnett Lee and Jeff Cannata have to agree. They talk all about the single-player campaign in this week's show. Then, Andrew Yoon talks about why Assassin's Creed 3 disappointed him, and special guest Christian Spicer talks about the Vita spin-off, Assassin's Creed 3: Liberation

Weekend Confirmed Ep. 136: 11/02/2012

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    Show Breakdown:

    Round 1, Part 1 - 00:00:26 - 00:12:36

    Round 1, Part 2 - 00:13:14 - 00:28:39

    Whatcha Been Playin Part 1 - 00:29:06 - 00:58:27

    Whatcha Been Playin Part 2 - 00:59:09 - 01:28:15

    Listener Feedback/Front Page News - 01:29:18 - 02:07:48

    Tailgate - 02:08:23 - 02:19:12

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  • Created a user account just to say this.

    Garnett I have been listening to you since the hay day's of 1up yours, and I have enjoyed every show. I have to point out though, that other than the occasional game review I have no other interaction with Games media. Just your show. Oh and retronaughts from time to time. I barely have enough free time in my life to actually play games, let alone argue about them online.

    That being said, this weeks episode and had me curious as to what the whole bucket of syrup was about in regards to last weeks Integrity in journalism discussion. So for the first time ever I came to this website and looked at the comments for last weeks show.

    I was thoroughly disgusted with some of the remarks.

    I want to write a rant about how people need to get their head out of their ass, get a life, and stop worrying about a show made for entertainment. Not to mention its a show about a subject that (in the grand scheme of things) doesn't really matter, and is given away for free . To personally insult someone you've never met, who your only interaction with is because they want to entertain you for free is asinine, rude, and over all pointless.

    I will instead say thank you for providing me with years of interesting and fun shows. I love all your guests, Andrea included, and everything you are doing is fantastic. To me you aren't "journalists" that I have to hold to some impossible standard. You're just some cool dudes that ride in my car and chat with me about video games.

    This will however be the last time I ever choose to waste my time with the show thread, or the rest of this "community".

    The rest of you, please, before you decide to rage on an internet forum, try donating blood, or volunteer at a children's hospital, or learn an instrument or something. Cause this whole thing that's happening right here, this is bullshit, and we only have so much time.

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    • Well, good thing you're not gonna stick around to stand up for yourself or anything.

      For what it's worth, there's a kernel of an idea in there that I completely agree with. Gamers these days have it real good, and some people just don't seem know how to be happy with what they've got. It comes across as ungrateful, I totally get that.

      That being said, who the hell are you to waltz in here on your high fucking horse and level a single blanket criticism on everyone in the threads? Sure, these some idiots who just sign up out of the blue just to bitch about this or that, but many of the regulars here have been engaged in dialogue with the hosts for a long time, and our thoughts have contributed to the discussions on the podcast. In fact, the whole reason these show threads are as active as they are in the first place is *because* Garnett and co. feel so strongly about incorporating the thoughts of the listeners into the show.

      Bullshit happens on the internet, there's no getting around it, but this whole business about popping in here to wag the finger at us then bailing without any attempt to start a conversation is absolutely no better.