I subscribed to the giant bombcast through Overcasts' search, and that stream has Alt F1, the powerbombcast and the giant bombcast, ad-free I think. (Unfortunately i have no interest in the non-bombcast content, but oh well.)
The feed was fine before, but there was a problem a few days ago with the Bombcast feed that caused this problem. I've sent an e-mail to the developer to see if he knows of a fix. I'll post it here if it's something that has to be done manually.
The more apologies like this I read, the more meaningless they become. I wish the studios/publishers that release these games felt more repercussions than they currently do. But people keep buying games that are broken like this, so they have no incentive to make certain they work at release.
I'm sure there are well-meaning people in the gamergate camp, but I feel like their whole platform, as unspecific as it is, is completely absurd. Really, when you get down to it, why is ethics in video game journalism something to even spend more than a moment thinking about? It isn't as though they're writing for the New York Times and trying to expose corruption in Washington - they're talking about games they like. They're producing content that will generate hits and interest. If you find things like, say, IGN to be too fluffy and clickbait-y (as I do), then don't go to that site. I go to Giant Bomb because I think the guys are funny and I like seeing videos of games being played.
At the end of the day, we're talking about video games here. Video games are something we're supposed to enjoy as a hobby and not take too seriously. If you're in the gamergate camp, the fact that you can let any of these supposed issues get to you is mind-blowing. Do you really not have better things to worry about? Couldn't you be doing things to better yourself? Lighten up or find a new hobby. I want games to be as inclusive as possible because I want game developers to feel free to experiment and try new things and maybe come up with something unique and cool. If things keep going as they are, everyone with a different viewpoint is going to be driven out because they'll all be scared to express any opinion that doesn't jive with this toxic hive mind that can't stand change.
I truly don't understand why people get so bent out of shape about people like Anita Sarkeesian speaking about what she perceives as issues in gaming. What is so threatening about saying "hey, there might be some sexism in these games?" You have every right in the world to disagree with that line of thinking, but to become so angry and to resort to shit like this is just weird.
Thanks for linking that article by Daniel Carlson, @patrick. It sums up pretty well how I've been feeling about movies and video games lately. I don't go to see the Marvel movies anymore unless my friends want to go and drag me along - his point about Iron Man 3 was exactly how I felt about each of the last five or so I've seen. I don't think they're bad movies, but they're so similar and so pointless, and I forget what happens in them immediately after watching them, so I stopped.
I don't know how to adequately put into words how I feel about bigger budget video games. I'm becoming exceptionally bored with them. Maybe saying I've spent well over 100 hours playing Spelunky, but I put down Splinter Cell Blacklist after 20 minutes sums it up pretty well?