Talk Live To Bioshock 2's Jordan Thomas Right Now On Kotaku Talk Radio

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Join us live today on CBS Radio for our latest episode of Kotaku Talk Radio. It is time to talk Bioshock 2, with the main man who made it.


Call in now to talk to 2K Marin creative director Jordan Thomas. The show kicks off at 11 a.m. MT, 1 p.m. ET.

Want to be heard on Kotaku Talk Radio? Call us on the air LIVE at (877) CHAT-212 or use Skype to dial in! You can also pick up a nifty, and free, iPhone App to listen to the show live here.

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Not to be a prick, but why are the CBS guys are so clueless as to how to run this show?

Last time I called it went like this, "Hello?"

"Uh, hi? Is this Kotaku talk radio?"


-long pause-

"Um... can I ask the hosts a question?"

"Yeah, what?"

Feeling VERY unwelcomed at this point, then I say what I'd like to ask.

This week, a nice woman answers in a good way, "Kotaku Talk Radio." But just stops.

"Hi, can I ask the hosts a question?"

"Sure, can I get your name?"


"And where are you from?"


"Ok, and your question?"

I mention it and then she hangs up on me. I call back and say, "I think you hung up on me..."

"Oh, did you want to ask something else?"

Confused, "Uh, no? I just wanted to speak to the hosts and ask my question though."

"Oh, uh," I hear the phone rattle like it's being set down and in the background, "He wants to be on air... what do I do?"


This is ABSURD! Get these people answering the phone trained, how freakin' hard can it be to sound nice and put someone on hold?! I'm a TELEMARKETER and I'm nice to people, I have them laughing much of the time, I'm NOT rude like this. This is unacceptable!

P.S. Yep, I'm done calling in to the show now guys. Hanging up on me right after I asked my question isn't cool in my book. Sorry, but this switch to CBS has been nothing but bad. Maybe I wanted to say something else, eh? Haha, make it sound like I disliked it why don't you.

Seriously Kotaku? Really? This is how your treating we loyal members of this wonderful blog? If this kind of B.S. continues and strengthens I'm gone. I did NOT dislike it, I said that, I wanted to know why it really resonated with others so much. Then! I was going to ask, "Might you be able to make other settings as popular. Clearly history is a setting people love for games. We have WWII games out the wazzoo and Assassin's Creed which people love too, but what about things set in, oh, the early 1900's? Or say 1880 Chicago?" That's what I wanted to really say, but you hung up on me. Nice!