The DLB-Network Gaming Podcast – Episode 198

25. October, 2013 Podcast 1 comment

In this episode of the Official DLB-Network Gaming Podcast, the recent 18 years of PlayStation ad gets the crew to discuss just how old they are, they start talking about the NES, the Sega Genesis, the first Mario game, man these guys are old as hell! Anyway, once they’re done talking about how everything was better back in their day, they also talk about the Dualshock 4, timed exclusive DLC vs. timed exclusive games, and much more, enjoy!

Featuring: DLB, Snake-oo, A Big Shot


Like The Music? – Do you like the music that is played on the podcast and have any questions or comments about it? The best place to go is probably by contacting A Big Shot himself, because he’s the one that makes it all! Be sure to follow him on his Twitter page, and you can also check out his website.


Voice Your Questions – We now let people make questions by recording it and we will play it back live on the show! Leave us a voice question by clicking on the tab on the right side of the site that says “Podcast Voicemail” and get to recording a short message, it’s actually very simple!

Tweet Your Questions – Almost every Thursday night around 10PM Central Time is when we usually record the podcast, that’s the best possible time to send us your questions. You can send a tweet to any of the crew and they could answer your questions! It would be recommended to tweet DLB, MikeDemo, or DaTriggerMan as they are most likely to be on the show and read questions aloud, but you can also send questions to any other podcast crew too.


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  1. 12 / 10 / 2013 11:44 pm

    Aww, I’m late in listening to this episode and still a bit behind in the show.
    Hmm, my top five games of the gen in alphabetical order would be:
    Gran Turismo 5
    Little Big Planet
    PlayStation HOME (if that counts)
    Section 8
    The Cave
    I’ve been gaming since the NES but it wasn’t until the PSX I became a gamer. SegaCD really blew me away with its realtime graphics QTE games like “Sewer Shark” and “Supreme Warrior.” Once I got hooked into “Final Fantasy VII” it became more than a hobby and I was a gamer for life.
    Agree, when a game launches that has a significant online portion its servers should work. Launch with a ton of servers and dial it back if there’s way too much open air. Don’t start with the bare guesstimate and dial up when it’s discovered more servers are needed.
    I’m glad PlayStation kept the analog sticks symmetrical on the Dual Shock 4 as well. Peoples thumbs are symmetrical so making the sticks the same way just seems to make sense.
    Good show.

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