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Deleted_Account, March 13, 2020 in Doom Eternal
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This interview made is very apparent how out of touch with gaming Joe is. Like he still thinks of it as his old Quake days and doesn't even know DLC means. Which is fine I guess, he's busy with other things but it made it a bit hard to watch when Hugo is used to just nerding out without getting interrupted to clarify something.
He was kind of a dick sometimes too, you can feel his ego oozing off a bit when an alpha male of the subject is the room sometimes. Like just let the man talk and not argue when you're not even familiar with the current gaming industry.
Whaaaaaaat. Dude, fuck yes. I've thought about how it'd be awesome have Hugo on the podcast, especially after Carmack was on, but didn't think it would happen.
neither the carmack podcast nor this one were very good or informative. Carmack maybe a little bit but this was more of just a convo. We didnt learn anything new about eternal
Everyone in the Youtube comments is bitching about how Joe was rude, but honestly, it's pretty much the same approach he takes with almost everyone. He lets the other person talk, he goes on long tangents about different topics, and he interrupts a lot during the conversation. And he also probes the other person a bit if he doesn't quite buy what they're saying, like he does with Hugo near the end of the interview with the violence question. Hugo dealt with it just fine.
The DLC comment from Joe was a real facepalm moment, though.
All in all, good interview.
This is going to be a bit awkward to watch judging by what I'm reading, adding to my Watch Later list.
Was fun to listen to but I wish I'd skipped over the whole coronavirus/workout part (for new listeners, freely skip from 12:30 to 43:30) - I guess like with any podcast tangents are going to happen, but I was a bit flummoxed that they were able to talk about offtopic shit for so long when Joe seems so utterly hyped for the game and the release is so close.
"Oh, do you get a sword in Daikatana?"
Haven't listened to it yet but generally what to expect from Joe is: his interests are fitness, martial arts, tripping, conspiracies, and the craft or process behind comedy. Also getting interviewees WAY off topic (especially if they are in the middle of a marketing campaign) is something he will do and is encouraged by his audience. Like if he detects the interviewee has a spark of interest in some off topic thing, he'll go for it hard and pick their brain about it.
tl;dr expect Joe Rogan to always be seeking to get away from the topic of [person's current thing they are marketing]
Does Joe Rogan even know what a Pee-WAD is?
Holy shit!! Thank you for posting.
John Carmack, Hugo Martin.........Lets have Romero next.
I normally like listening to the Joe Rogan interviews, but this one was.... uh.....yeah, kind of off the mark. He seemed really dismissive of the whole gaming scene in general, which was odd given that a) it's not like he doesn't get video games, and b) he's interviewing a developer of video games.
THen of course, his whole "oh you're not making Quake multiplayer? Balls, I want Quake multiplayer!" , when it's like... this isn't Quake. Quake Champs is in fact right there, which he's aware of.... this is its own distinct game, talk about that as long as you have the guy over. This was like inviting a Portal developer over, then wailing on them for not personally making Half Life 3 or the next Counter Strike.
Also wasn't a huge fan of the Corona segway. It just felt completely unrelated to anything, like a lot of the interview.
I'm more pissed that he flung shit at Doom VFR.
Hugo Martin : Its cartoonish violence... you can see its very much like cartoon.
Main game director personally said whats my problem with both new dooms. They feels very cartoonish.
There are also several more timecodes where Martin says interesting things about why its feels like it feels. But its most important IMO.
Also, Joe pick interesting theme about music. Mike Gordon tries to sounds like Meshuggah but it....very specific band with very specific music genre math metal/djent.
I really do not understand why its become such popular, judging from the amount of views on youtube. Where all this djent fans have appeared?
Because it's good music.
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