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Posted on May 5th 2014 at 01:36:51 PM by (singlebanana)
Posted under playthrough, retro, modern, playthroughs, podcast

Just in case you missed the announcement on the playthrough forums, we wanted to ensure that all of our members here at RFGeneration were aware of a new and exciting feature we have added to our monthly playthroughs.

After some discussion amongst the playthrough hosts, we decided that it would be a lot of fun to create a podcast to discuss the games that we played the previous month. Our hope is that our discussion will further facilitate discussion on the forums and increase community participation. The four playthrough hosts will discuss the games we all played together in a casual group review, discuss some of your posts on the playthrough forums, and from time-to-time, may ask some of you to come onto the show and discuss these games with us. We anticipate that each episode will be released within 3-5 weeks after the monthly playthroughs are finished, so expect every episode to lag behind the current playthroughs by about a month or so.

Again, we are really looking forward to adding something fun and interactive to this community and hope that you will listen in and provide us with some constructive feedback to make our show better. Thank you.

The RFGeneration Community Playthrough Team

Find us here:
Podomatic: http://rfgenplaythroughs.podomatic.com
iTunes:       COMING SOON!

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Yay!  I just found it and queued it up for listening.
For non-physical mapping using graphs the CRPG Addict (http://crpgaddict.blogspot.com/) uses Excel and draws using the border tool.  I imagine you can do the same thing with Libreoffice/Open Office, but I haven't tried.  Another option would be AutoREALM (http://sourceforge.net/projects/autorealm/), although it really isn't designed for this sort of thing.

For physical mapping using graphs I use Incompetech's (http://incompetech.com/graphpaper/).  All free.  Awesome royalty free music and graph paper.
Should have posted this in the initial post, but here is a link to the feedback section: http://www.rfgeneration.com/forum/index.php?topic=13815.new%3btopicseen#new
thank you for the podcast...so nice, i heard it twice Smiley but i saved the Last_of_Us_Part for when i have played the game.

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