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A couple of doofuses picked up a microphone and talked about their favorite games and movies that inspired them for a few episodes. Now they try to talk to the people who help make the stuff that they enjoy. Welcome to Meta'd: Meta-analysis of everything! The old episodes are just freeform conversations about various topics. The new episodes will be analysis and conversations with the people who make the things we like (games, movies, music, etc.).

Meta'd Paul, Jimmy, Glen and Tom

    • Video Games
    • 4.6, 13 Ratings

A couple of doofuses picked up a microphone and talked about their favorite games and movies that inspired them for a few episodes. Now they try to talk to the people who help make the stuff that they enjoy. Welcome to Meta'd: Meta-analysis of everything! The old episodes are just freeform conversations about various topics. The new episodes will be analysis and conversations with the people who make the things we like (games, movies, music, etc.).

    Sekiro Shadows Die Twice

    Sekiro Shadows Die Twice

    A return to...form(???) Jimmy and Daniel (remember Daniel?) talk about a video game a year after it came out. CLASSIC META'D.
    Let's chat about the newest game by From Software, Sekiro.
     
    I'll preface with the fact that Jimmy has not played this game at all so we get Daniel's gameplay perspective and Jimmy's surface-level blabber. We talk about the replayability of the game, overcoming difficult bosses, comparing the environments between Dark Souls, Bloodborne, ANIME and more in this episode!
    Specific anime shows talked about: Dororo, Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba, and (the one Jimmy couldn't remember the name of) Miss Hokusai!
    Hit us up on twitter if you make stuff (video games or otherwise) and want to be on the show!
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/metadpodcast
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metadpodcast/
    Youtube: Meta'd on Youtube
    Intro/Outro Tunes: John Kim

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Interview with Conrad - Independent Game Programmer

    Interview with Conrad - Independent Game Programmer

    Jimmy sits down with Conrad (Conradical Games) who is developing Lootbox Lyfe while also going to university.
     
    We talk about sleeping a lot, getting feedback for games while developing them, Instagram bots, Breath of the Wild's tutorial, and more in this episode!!
    Artist for Lootbox Lyfe: https://twitter.com/Dulcahn
    Composer for Lootbox Lyfe: https://twitter.com/AriaDisconnect 
    Hit us up on twitter if you make stuff and want to be on the show!
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/metadpodcast
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metadpodcast/
    Youtube: Meta'd on Youtube
    Intro/Outro Tunes: John Kim

    • 45 min
    Interview with Christian Sparks - Independent Game Developer

    Interview with Christian Sparks - Independent Game Developer

    Jimmy sits down with Christian Sparks, independent developer of Woodbound and just all-around cool dude.
     
    We talk about the constant struggle of personal fulfillment as well as keeping a steady job. Christian and Jimmy talk about games, feelings, meeting your heroes, and more in this episode!
    Hit us up on twitter if you make stuff and want to be on the show!
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/metadpodcast
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metadpodcast/
    Youtube: Meta'd on Youtube
    Intro/Outro Tunes: John Kim

    • 57 min
    Interview with Thomas Loupe - Game Composer/Sound Engineer

    Interview with Thomas Loupe - Game Composer/Sound Engineer

    Jimmy has a chat with Thomas Loupe, a man who wears many hats some of which are: Sound Designer, Producer, Composer & Game Designer.
     
     
    2019 already...okay! Jimmy has a chat with Thomas Loupe (aka First Sun) about music and games. They talk about struggling with imposter syndrome, creating music in general, getting busted for hacking school computers, Garth Brooks, and more in this episode!
    Sorry about some audio glitches in this episode (mostly my audio being doubled in some parts), podcasting is hard!
    Most of the music in this episode is by Thomas, check out his stuff!!
    Tried to figure out how this is "meta-analysis" and came up with: What's more meta than talking with people who create the things we want to talk about?
    Hit us up on twitter if you make stuff and want to be on the show!
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/metadpodcast
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metadpodcast/
    Youtube: Meta'd on Youtube
    Intro/Outro Tunes: John Kim

    • 1 hr 27 min
    Interview with Brian Cronin - Game Engineer

    Interview with Brian Cronin - Game Engineer

    Jimmy has a chat with Brian Cronin, a game engineer.
     
     
    It's just Jimmy and Brian today! Thanks for giving the podcast a listen!! In this episode Jimmy converses with Brian who has helped make quite a few games as a game engineer. They talk about Brian's love of the card game Netrunner, people obsessing over the meta of competitive games, asymmetrical gameplay, starting and finishing creative projects, and more in this episode!
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/metadpodcast
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metadpodcast/
    Youtube: Meta'd on Youtube
    Intro/Outro Tunes: John Kim

    • 55 min
    Bloopers Capstone Episode

    Bloopers Capstone Episode

    This isn't a traditional episode of Meta'd by any means necessary. Within lies a compilation of various bloopers and outtakes from recording. It's not really in any order nor do we know if it's funny at all (we think we're hilarious btw). These are just some of the many clips of us completely messing up. 
    This episode will act as a sort of capstone for "Season 1" of Meta'd. Anything after this episode will be different (if there is anything).
    Thanks for listening. You've been Meta'd. BYEE
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/metadpodcast
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/metadpodcast/
    Youtube: Meta'd on Youtube

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

Ubisoft Sparkle ,

A fun time

It's obvious these boys are great friends and that makes the show far more enjoyable. The addition of Glen and then Tom has really added a joviality, while still keeping that analytical base. I look foward to hearing more from these sweet boys.

Venkindo ,

Uninteresting, child like behavior.

First they make obnoxious noises all throughout the podcast like kids who have had to much sugar and caffeine. Second when the critique a game most of the time it’s personal preference not an actual critique. They are whiny about difficulty in just about every game. Listening to a fire crackle is more interesting then.

Old School Ninja ,

Meta Miyazaki

Really enjoyed their astute analysis of the current state of anime in the context of miyazaki. Great!

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