Seriously, we know you%26rsquo;re busy people! We also know a lot of you reading GamesRadar haven%26rsquo;t ever listened toour filthy, stupid podcast: TalkRadar. We understand your trepidation. They're too long, podcasts are boring, etc%26hellip; Well, here%26rsquo;s a bite-sized clip we humbly ask that you try super-quick like! It may not be what you were expecting
Things you should know about TalkRadar:
1. We kick off every with a %26ldquo;Top 7%26rdquo; game discussion
2. We play game music and sound effects LIVE
3. We%26rsquo;ve collectively seen Jurassic Park a billion times
Those are just three of the things that make TDar infinitely more bearable than all those other droning gaming podcasts that have undoubtedly bored a majority of you away from the entire medium. Furthermore, those three special characteristics culminated in a feat of nostalgic beauty back inTalkRadar 110, right when we hit the Isla Nublar entry in curse filled conversation about theTop 7 Coolest Video Game Islands.
Not only do we spit out Jurassic Park references at a terrifyingly high rate of about 3.7 per minute, Brett Elston actually had a copy of the JP game for the Sega CD in the office. What you may not know about Sega%26rsquo;s little console that couldn%26rsquo;t is that you can listen to the music and sound effects of most games simply by sticking the disc into a standard CD player. So we did! Sure enough, we unearthed low-fi Raptor roars, MIDI muzak, blood curdling shrieks, bones crunching within the jaws of a T-Rex, and numerous other instances of mid-90%26rsquo;s foley artists doing their damnedest to convey humans beings getting viscously devoured.
Above: Gorgeous, isn't it?
Better still, YouTube user flabbslapper took the audio and synced it to relating footage from one of the greatest films ever made, thus adding a fantastic visual element making for a 100% complete assault on the senses!
Aug 5, 2010
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