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The IGN PlayStation Team sits down and talks all things Sony, sprinkling a little madness and song along the way. Podcast Beyond is the premiere source for Sony news, opinions and old-fashioned shenanigans.
June 23rd, 2015
Episode 247 of 355 episodes
Ladies and gentlemen, as I'm sure you're all well aware, the bulk of IGN was extremely busy covering E3 down in Los Angeles. A regular episode of Beyond wasn't possible, so we did the next best thing: we brought microphones to a bar and recorded over three and a half hours of totally unscripted, fairly intoxicated conversation with a cross-section of people from the video game industry. Disclaimer:This episode was very much an experiment, and the results are rough around the edges; it's noisy, disorganized, at times fairly incoherent -- but it's also about as close as you're gonna get to actually being right there with us. In no particular order, here are the people who were kind enough (or drunk enough) to join us for this massive episode of Beyond: Brian Altano Troy Baker Steve Butts Anthony Carboni Alexa Rae Corriea Mitch Dyer James Faulkner Arthur Gies Andrew Goldfarb Vince Ingenito Ashley Johnson Luke Karmali Daniel Krupa Greg Miller Gav Murphy Jose Otero Jenna Pitcher Zach Ryan Max Scoville Marty Sliva Nathan Vella Also, a huge, very special thanks to the extremely tolerant wait staff atThe Hotel Figueroa, especially the waitress who gave me a wet willy while we were recording. That was very strange, but oddly flattering? In any case, we'll have a "regular" episode going up later this week for those of you who hate fun.
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