“I just started listening to Splitscreen a few months back when I finally got my driver's license and needed way more audio material for the commutes - as they say, don't Zelda and drive. Apart from the new music I really felt at home from the first second (while the music is great, it will take some time to adapt - just like that one character that got a new voice actor and then takes some time to not feel unfamiliar anymore).
I also like the idea of the show being more condensed, with a clearer structure. Makes it easier to follow and grasp while not making it less fun. You might want to not be overly strict about that so it starts to feel more natural some episodes in, but that's to be expected from a new show.
I have to add though that the show is shorter now which is tragic as I do not get to feel that warm comfortable feeling I get listening to you three for an hour or more per week. I'd love a one-hour podcast that is this dense, but probably that's the ADHD in me and most people feel different. Maybe 65 minutes with some more music interludes for them normal brains to recharge?
Keep up the great work, yours is the only periodically released linear format I listen to (or watch or consume via any media at all really, except reality), because I know I have something to look forward to each thursday. Every other "thing" put me off at some point (or ended), but you people didn't. Love it.
(Connection to the podcast releasing mostly around the time I'm off for the weekend on thursday afternoon in Germany might not be coincidential so also don't change the date, thanks!)
If you should ever read this in your show as some new podcasts do, please do some funny voices and old school radio show sounds and noises to accompany the spoken word. Or don't, and just read this paragraph so people can imagine themselves.”Read full review »
“I’ve been listening to splitscreen for about a year now and loved every minute of it. It maybe presumptuous to already rate a podcast that hasn’t had a full episode but I know I love it unless Kirk creates some obnoxious metal intro and maddy ends the show with something other then “BYE!” Even if...”Read full review »
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