According to Lee: "The blue lines aren't because I drew it on notebook paper. They are in fact the enemy robot's barrier shield that the OSMrobo is ripping through."
As we all know, the first thing you do in a new year is to look back at the previous year, unless you have a decade to deal with. So to ring in 2011 we have got the first half of the 2010 OSMawards! In this just-shy-of-two-hours BEHEMOTH of a podcast we tackle the “passive” media of 2010. TV shows, movies, anime, novels, stuff you consume but don’t interact with… pretty much everything expect video games. So strap in, get some nice hot cocoa a warmin’, and listen to us yammer for a while!
Bonus: And gaze up the MAJESTY that is OSMrobo that Lee drew while recording. His fists are fists of JUSTICE. And awesomeness.
Bonus props to Narutaki of Reverse Thieves for rising to the challenge letting us know her picks via Twitter to help us fill in the gaps! If you’s also like to your thoughts in on a particular subject before we record, just keep an eye out for Basil’s twitter feed. Usually the day of recording or so, he’ll be asking for input.
Speaking of asking for input, Basil was invited onto the Chainsaw Buffet podcast to further talk about the year 2010, which he did with gusto. Keep an eye for it!
What’s an easy way to kill time on the mic when a new year arrives? You talk about the previous year! So here’s our OSMawards! for the video games of 2008.
Protip: We had to rasie the gain in order to get this podcast listenable. So it might get static-y at times.
So I guess Bob’s Game isn’t. Oh well! We talk about it and then what happens? It’s GONE. It’s enough to make a man weep! … or not! Now he just sounds like (more of an) idiot. NO MATTER. But now we are going to talk CONTEST TIME.
The rules for this contest are very simple! You just have to talk to us! No matter what, we’ll need an email. You can send us one at email@example.com. Also, you could leave us a comment in the comments section below this post. Or call us up on the OSMline at (206) 202-0071. However you do it though, we’ll need an email to contact you. As for the prize, well we are having this conest till the end of February so befor ethen we’ll let you know!
PS: The tune we used was Pendulum‘s “Sounds of Life.”