GC Podcast #101: By Viewers Like You

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In thanks for being such great fans, we’ve dedicated this month’s podcast to fan interactions on the site and beyond! Listen to Joseph Martin, Alex Jedraszczak, Diana Gray, and newcomer James Pelster, as we delve into the comments and talk about our own personal stories of when we were but wee fans of the site. More comprehensively, our topics may include:

  • Fan comments on the website
  • How do fans find GameCola (and our personal stories)
  • Fan comments on the YouTube channel
  • The games we have (or haven’t) been playing
  • James and Diana’s Ace Attorney progress
  • Diana’s playing Mystic Messenger on the Podcast
  • Jeddy tried out some Virtual Reality
  • A brief anime and localization detour

And if you’d like to continue to engage with us, you can find us on YouTube, Twitch, FacebookTwitter, and iTunes! And if you have anything you’d like us to talk about on the show, be sure to email your questions to podcast[at]gamecola.net!

Podcast Intro/Outro music “Five is Average” by Meteo Xavier

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About the Contributor

Joseph Martin is the Podcast Commander of the monthly GameCola Podcast, and appears in many of the other podcasts of the site. He's also known to write a review or two, or news pieces about the latest Mega Man knock-off.

3 Comments

  1. Sorry for the typo on my last comment I was typing on my iPad. So I wanted to tell Diana that someone on YouTube translated the entire main game of Dai Gyakuten Saiban. There channel name is the name of the game.

  2. It’s always interesting hearing other people talk about you and your work when you’re not around.

    I’m pretty sure I identify the background graphic used for each podcast in the video description, but the mystery fundraiser is from the end credits of Mega Man: Rock Force. I thought Crypt Man holding a family-friendly charity event was about as not-so-spooky a Halloween as you could get.

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