That studio vid was great. Really enjoy watching stuff like that. I love seeing what they're able to accomplish with an honestly super simple and inexpensive setup. MinnMax is awesome. I pledged on their first month, but couldn't justify spending another $5 on top of the two Patreons I already support with their current amount of content output and incentives. I could definitely see myself repledging to their Patreon in the future, though, when they are putting out more stuff.Yep, I really enjoyed that video premise from MinnMax even though I'm not really a Star Wars guy. Always fun watching old E3's or "big" gaming moments in retrospect with the advantage of hindsight and I'd love it if EZA did some commentary over some of those especially with the new gen of consoles coming up. To maybe expand on that, next time there's a big game release it would be fun watching all the media from reveal to launch trailer of a game that is soon to release or also just compiling a "retrospective" of all of a game series' media from its initial new IP announcement to where it is at now. For example, when Last of Us 2 is released, start from E3 2012's initial reveal to how we got to where we are now by simply just watching E3's and trailers and commercials and similar.
Speaking of MinnMax, good to see Kyle reppin' them on the pod and I really enjoyed a few of these videos:
1. Just a concise and really well-done synopsis of the changes at the top of Playstation and what it might mean going forward.
2. A really interesting look at the technical set up of their studio.
It is interesting to see obvious changes in the final game, or major spoilers that were in your face but when completely over your head without context.
It's the easiest thing to make a show out of.
At GT they had a show called I love last gen that was basically GT and a bunch of guests looking back at the ps3/360/wii generation and talking about memories of certain games/events. Apparently none of the allies worked on it and they have zero plans to do it, ever. I personally love the idea but I understand that they dont have the time.It's the easiest thing to make a show out of.
- you've played some version of the game, those opinions are already loaded
- you can recall where you were and how you felt when the major announcement happened
- you can comment generally on the reveal, what's changed, what you like, etc.
With Trailer Jones, a lot of the time I feel like people are just putting thoughts together as it's happening and it's not coming off as coherent. Whereas with this, your opinions have solidified over the years and it's fun to look back on something too.
Both of this statements are right.
Ehh, I would say Kyle definitely puts more effort into his presentations than Ian, taking all the presentations together. He's been making prepared Powerpoint presentations since #7.Both of this statements are right.
Ian and Don seem to be two of the allies who put more effort in their presentations and most of the time they get snubbed but the token nintendo game or the nostalgia 4th/5th generation game with a subpar, and sometimes improvised, presentation. Anyway, let's hope one day Don's effort gets compensated.
Yeah, my guess is that he knows more than a few... (it's his job and all).