Posts Tagged ‘Twitter’


Rejoice Mass Effect Fans! The voice of Male Shepard is back into the recording booth. I’m personally excited to hear some new dialogue from my renegade Shepard. Sadly, Bloodeagle STILL hasn’t beat the game, so try to avoid spoilers – but seriously, hurry up Blood. Here is the link to his twitter.

This does not clarify Extended Cut or any specific DLC audio, but it gives us hope for news soon!


Construction Work

Construction Work (LGD under construction)

If you had attempted to come to the site using www.LinkDeadGaming.com last week, for a day or two, it would have told you that the site was under construction, and it would have been somewhat true. If you attempted to send us an email at anything@LinkDeadGaming.com since last week, it will say it is undeliverable, as that part is true. Due to some of the things we are working on in the backend, things to make the site better, bring you more of LDG, and get our name out there, a lot is happening under the hood. We ask that you bear with us for the time being, and you can still call us, or send us feedback on Twitter and Facebook, until our emails are up and running again in what I hope will be this week.

Once all this jazz is done, you can expect to start seeing exclusives, interviews from the people you have been telling us you want to hear from, and a lot of LDG extras. In the meantime, the PodCast will continue to be posted every week for your enjoyment! So stay tuned, true believers!

BloodEagle


A segment of a social network

Networking everything together

As I get everything setup and ready to go, I wanted to write a bit about it, and what comes along with it. Never having created a Blog or Podcast before, I did not really know what I was getting into, but I did know it would take some work to make it good. After garnering the DNS name, and creating a WordPress Blog to go with the Podcast, I attempted to put everything in order in my mind. It is my intention to create a Podcast that appeals to many levels of gamers, and I wanted that to be reflected in everything I created here. I went about setting up a facebook page just for the show. I created two separate Twitter accounts, one for me and one for the show because there may be times that I tweet something that is not show related. Getting everything to mesh together well has turned out to be the largest obstacle as these days we have so many social networking venues at our fingertips that the sheer act of attempting to hit them all can be mind-boggling.

I believe the goal of anyone that does this is probably to entertain, and it is important to me that as my audience, the end result you get is exciting, relevant, and lets you know that we are of the same mind concerning whatever topic it is that I am discussing. To that end, it is my hope that all of the backend production that I am doing or have already done helps to convey this to the audience. We are very quickly approaching our rehearsal, where I will get to see how well everything has come together, and I have been contemplating putting it up on the site for everyone to listen to and give feedback on. I think by doing this, it will encourage the hosts to put on their best performance, as well as allow what will become our audience to see what it was like at the beginning.

Well, off I go back to making sure everything is ship-shape before this bird really gets off the ground.