By Joe Cammisa and Kris Huber
Hi there, let me introduce myself and what you’re about to listen to. My name is Joe Cammisa and I do a podcast with my friend Kris Huber. The name of that podcast is The SML Podcast [and this week we are The SML Podcast – Episode 56: Bass Bottles ].
Given that this is the first episode here on Bleeding Cool, you might be wondering what is up with the numbering. Needless to say we are coming here from a different site, but we hope you enjoy us all the same.
Each week we talk about gaming, gaming news, game music, and various other topics and subjects. We also frequently have guests on the show. Other than that, there’s not much structure to this show. We’re a very casual podcast. Also, we curse a lot.
This week’s episode has us talking with Adam Rippon of Muteki Corp, creator of the Dragon Fantasy games for PS3/PS Vita/PC. We talked about his games, what we played for our Four in February campaigns and how we did, and we somehow talked ourselves into appearing in upcoming Dragon Fantasy content based around fishing because why not? So many bad puns follow.
Other subjects to come up this week include Troma films, chiptune shows, South Park: The Stick of Truth, Diablo III, hardcore couponing, and the fact that we are premiering here on Bleeding Cool.
If that doesn’t work for you, you can check us out on iTunes and subscribe to us and get all of the episodes a few days early!
Finally, each episode we end things with some music, usually from somebody in the video game remixing scene. This week, we feature six songs from Dale North, game remixer, composer for Dragon Fantasy Book II, and editor of Destructoid. He multi-tasks. Dale North – The Day is Mine! Dale North – Ships and Stones Dale North – Valorous Struggle Dale North – Subjugate, Eradicate Dale North – To Lands Beyond Dale North – Anesidora’s Lament.
Thanks for checking us out and we’ll see you next Monday with a new episode and hopefully you’ll see me personally with a few articles in the coming weeks!
Joe Cammisa is an unemployed nerd who spends his time writing for some other gaming site, hosting The SML Podcast, and sharing pictures of his five cats on Facebook Yeah, five. You can annoy him on Twitter [https://twitter.com/joecamnet] or on pretty much any gaming service under the name JoeCamNet.