After a criminally prolonged absence of almost 3 weeks, Doom Radio finally splutters to the surface with episode 7 of Doomworld’s favourite podcast review program. Where’s All the Data? features Kama Sutra as the centerpiece for this month’s review.
Next month will feature both Snakes’s recently released (took long enough, Knox!) Unholy Realms and pcorf’s Zone 300, in what promises to be a very in-depth episode. Both Tarnsman and I were itching to play both of these mapsets before we finally got ’round to doing so, so you can bet your bottom dollar we’ll be running riot come crunch time.
> Declares each Where’s All the Data? podcast to feature at the beginning of each month.
> Releases episode 6 on the 22nd of September.
> Has no regrets.
This month sees Sideshow Pavera sitting down with TTV’s two most blathering co-hosts to review BTSX and Favillesco. It’s a damn sight longer than the other episodes in the series at 40 minutes in length, so you can expect some truly impassioned arguments to be made about the projects, with many in response to wider community feedback.
Where’s All the Data?’s 5th episode is a 10 minute review of Realm of Chaos, a 1996 megawad created by The Macintosh Team. Much like the WAD folks who remark on the mapset in question, however, I have nothing left to comment and will retire now to dinner.
It appears as though Where’s All The Data episode 4, which was to provide reviews for Stardate 20X6 and Monochrome Mapping Project respectively, never materialized in podcast form. Fortunately, though, we preserved the stream! What joy!
…And here’s Jimmy’s quality review, incorporating delicately the chords that were selected to summarize the reviews for this month.
TTV’s premiere review program returns for its 3rd episode, where Tarnsman and I disembowel (that’s Doom for “dissect”) several mapsets in Coffee Break, Fava Beans and Double Impact.
Where’s All The Data? episode 2 reviews Hadephobia. Running in at a solid 30 minutes in length and at only 26 mb in size, it’s not nearly as bloated as some of our interviews have been in the past, and we aim to keep it that way.
A big thanks to Jimmy once again for providing us with the musical goods on demand.
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!