GamesRadar UK Podcast 019 - DayZ Chain

The one with more PC than usual

It's that special time of the week when we dribble our hot and silky game-themed mouth banter into your ear openings. This episode's gently penetrative aural pleasuring comes courtesy of Cundy, Hooters and special guest Andy Kelly - aka one of the most talented gamez jarnalists working the circuit right now. Towell is absent, but don't despair - he's supplied jokes so the Joke Factory is on like Donkey Schlong. Which is... good news?

The upstanding senor Kelly brings some welcome PC chatter to the studio - with tales of the best and worst of humanity as experienced through DayZ, an exciting summary of his purchases in the sizzling Steam Summer Sale and something a bit sinister sounding about making a dungeon. Also, some expert insight into the making of his hypnotically entertaining - and most excellent - video series Skyrim: Rags to Riches.

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The games we're giving away on the podcast this week are: Armored Core V (PS3) and the stupidly titled Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Generations (360). To be in with a chance of winning these niche interest products, listen for the question at the start of the podcast and leave your answer in the comments on this very page. Best answer wins. Good luck.

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I don't have the energy to really hate anything properly. Most things I think are OK or inoffensively average. I do love quite a lot of stuff as well, though.
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