I've listened to a couple of episodes of this podcast now and I just don't get how people can seriously like it. To keep my review as brief as possible, I'll limit myself to four points:
1. One of the presenters (Colin?) just sounds permanently bored/depressed/tired. If you can't muster any genuine enthusiasm for your subject, why are you doing this? Or maybe you need an energy drink or strong coffee before you start recording. Whatever - liven up, for goodness sake!
2. A good chunk of the running time seems to be based around reading stuff from the internet - upcoming releases, press announcements, even lists of game trophies! This is lazy, tedious stuff - I can find all this for myself, thanks, via a quick google search, I don't need it read to me (especially not by someone who sounds so uninterested in it all himself).
3. It's ridiculously long - both the episodes I listened to were nearly two hours! There's so much pointless padding that could easily be cut (reading stuff out from the internet springs to mind ...). Remember the maxim: less is more. I might have enjoyed the episodes more in fact if they had come in at around 50-60 minutes; there's a reason most TV shows, for example, don't exceed this length, so that they don't outstay their welcome.
4. The humour - ok, this may be subjective, but I found the presenters' banter only passingly amusing. In particular, there were what I assume to be regular elements that I imagine must get pretty annoying pretty quickly - e.g. when the non-Colin one describes the list of news items as a 'baker's dozen' (the joke: there aren't thirteen items!) I was especially underwhelmed by the section where they discuss 'hilarious' user names. I'm going to make myself sound very old now, but laughing at vaguely rude-sounding words stopped being all that funny when I passed out of adolescence. Maybe once or twice this feature might work, but do they seriously do this every week?
So, while I'd love a light-hearted, but still informative, Playstation podcast, I think I need to look elsewhere.