Six episodes in and the Neoseeker Podcast, the gaming and technology podcast by Neoseekers for Neoseekers, adds another conference under its belt as the crew reflects on September 29th's Nintendo Conference 2010. Neoseeker Podcast regular Andrew leads the way for the sixth episode, joined by two special guests discussing and recapping all of the information to come out of the Nintendo Conference, along with recent events in the gaming industry. The special guests for this episode are Neoseeker's Wii and Nintendo 3DS moderator Chris Madore and Neoseeker member Shayn Dickens.
Additionally, the Neoseeker Podcast crew gives their take on the various games, movies, and technologies the on-air folks have seen or played around with, and also answers questions sent to the podcast mailbag. Being reviewed this episode are Nintendo's DS puzzler Professor Layton and the Unwound Future, BBC's Merlin television series, and Square Enix's PSP action RPG Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep.
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About the Neoseeker Podcast:
The Neoseeker Podcast is a community-run podcast consisting of volunteers that hope to provide another avenue for the Neoseeker community to voice their thoughts on the current events in the gaming and technology industries. The on-air regulars of the Neoseeker Podcast crew are Neoseeker members Michael, Nate Bauer, Quinci Cohen, and Andrew Yee. The podcast launched on April 28, 2010 with its pilot episode "The Classic Games that Shaped the Industry".
Michael is the podcast's main host and founder, and is also the moderator of various Neoseeker movie forums. Nate is a member who excels at providing events and services intended for the benefit of the Neoseeker community at large. Quinci is the moderator of Neoseeker's various graphics forums. Andrew is a moderator for Neoseeker's sister site GameGrep and is a contributing writer here on Neoseeker.