Welcome to the TrueAchievements Podcast

By Jonathan Barnes, 3 years ago
Last week, our attractive, articulate, and all-around nice guy Editorial Manager (two out of three ain't bad, right?) teased that we were "working on some exciting new projects". Many community members might have just thought this to be an off-the-cuff tease to some amorphous project in the far-distant future.

Boy, were they wrong.

We are excited to announce the inaugural TrueAchievements Podcast!

Our podcast will be hosted by yours truly and joined by the elite team of Dog of Thunder, Matrarch, and the man you all want to hear, TrueAchievement.

Each month we're going to be discussing all of the top news on the site, the best games of the month and/or the games that we're playing, the hottest achievement and community news, as well as taking questions from you and grinding through our monthly achievement challenge. The best news is this is just the beginning. Since this is just the first episode, we're open to community suggestions. Is there a feature or segment you'd like to hear us discuss? Do you want to hear Dog and I fight over games more (or less)? Would you like to challenge Rich to play some Kinect games while changing his baby daughter's diaper? Do you want to know what kind of snacks Matrarch provides when she hosts couch co-op sessions? Seriously, we're open to suggestions!

We hope you enjoy the first episode and please, don't hesitate to post questions and/or achievement challenges for us in the comments thread or send them to me in a message.

Please note: We are currently awaiting approval from iTunes to go into the store. In the mean time, you can listen to the show in the embedded player below, or subscribe to the following RSS feed in your podcast player of choice: http://feeds.feedburner.com/TrueAchievements

UPDATE: We are now on iTunes, please subscribe using the link below
Jonathan Barnes
Written by Jonathan Barnes
Jonathan has been a news/views contributor since 2010. When he's not writing reviews, features, and opinion pieces, he spends his days working as an informal science educator and his nights as an international man of mystery.