Where’s All the Data? 2002: A Doom Odyssey

On April 11, 2013, in , by alfonzo

Thanks for the feedback and comments, all! It’s much appreciated. I feel like we’re still picking up steam, and that with even more shows of support and hard hitting discussions we’ll be able to find our top form, ready to tackle any topic with maximum vigour and ‘thusiasm.

Let’s make it happen!

Anyhow, today seems like a good day to release episode one of TTV’s premiere reviewing program; a scathing glance at pcorf and company’s 2002: A Doom Odyssey… using musical chords as a rating system!

That’s right, no numbers here. We believe that a musical chord far better captures the nuances of subjectivity in review while offering up a solid framework for reference of quality. It’s only 45 minutes in length, or there abouts, so why not listen to it on your way to work on the train, or while putting on the green at your local golfing club? Don’t listen to it in your car though — we’ve had reports of some people falling asleep. We’re a respected broadcasting company and we don’t want to lose out on a burgeoning success because your sorry backside doesn’t know when to pull over. Or stop listening.


In other news, Program B episode 6 is coming ‘atcha in due course, as is a certain Mr. Tvventy we hope. We’ll keep you posted!

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