I do not even know the guy! and the crew will probably do what ever the fuck they want, and that is how it should be.
Not really, I prefer having the odd guest from time to time.
On the flipside 5 could mean a longer podcast in general since an extra person has to speak about what they've been playing. But that could mean they have to cut down other segments if they have a time limit. (I don't think they do though)
" I do not even know the guy! and the crew will probably do what ever the fuck they want, and that is how it should be.Thisso sure, why not put him on there, ill even give him 3 weeks to adjust, no big deal.but why have a poll, when 90% of dudes has never seen, heard or read the dude?"
Yes. I've been watching him on Feedback forever and the dude knows his stuff. IMO, he's fits just as well as everyone else on the Bombcast. Of course I don't want him to replace anyone, but having a permanent or occasional 5th member wouldn't hurt anything.
Five people seems like to many, and I don't want any of the current cast to drop out, so no. I would love him to become a regular guest though, with him tag teaming in once a month or something like that. Although if they can make it work with 5 people, that's cool too.
I dreamed last night that he was going to replace Brad on the Bombcast.
Yeah, I'm a sad person.
Anyway, I don't think there should be more than 4 people on the Bombcast at any time, except at events (and even then, I don't really like it). And there's no current host I would want to replace.
He should be on at least once, but I'll have to go back and listen to the one he was on to see if I like his podcasting style.
I don't think they will "add" him to the show. I have watched Patrick on the 1UP show, Area 5's shortly lived CO-OP and G4's Feedback. The man knows video games and is a very good speaker, I wouldn't mind him popping on the Bombcast every now and then.
I think I'll listen to him on it (I would guess he'll be on this weeks) and then make my mind up, it'll probably allow them to change the people a bit more, and one guy work for 3 hours on a Monday once a month instead of doing the Bombcast.
Pretty firmly opposed. Five people would be pushing it, replacing someone would be ridiculous, and if they ever had guests, they'd end up with six people talking at once. I think 4 with the occasional guest is more than enough.
Patrick would fit on the bombcast only if:
1. They make the bombcast longer to accomodate an extra personality while maintaining the same time they spend for everyone else.
or 2. Patrick is just a semi-regular/ occasional guest when there's a vacant seat.
Otherwise I really don't like the idea.