GamesRadar UK Podcast 020 - German Weasels

The one where Gamescom has happened

We're back! Told you so. And there you were thinking we had run away. Well, Cundy returned from holiday and I am back from Gamescom in Cologne, Germany where I saw loads of things. You'd think I'd be able to get a word in edgeways this time, wouldn't you? Yeah, I thought that too... never mind, this is one hell of a tight podcast this time round thanks to having to work to a schedule. Streamlined. Sensual. Oooh.

Besides the Gamescom anecdotes, there's another cracking (pun intended, folks) Towell Joke Factory, a return outing for Houghton Agrees (mmm, yes, uh-huh, etc) and some rather exciting news about GRID 2. Well, exciting for me, at least.

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The games we're giving away on the podcast this week are: The Amazing Spider-Man on Xbox 360 and International Athletics on PSP. To be in with a chance of winning these products of questionable vintage, 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.

Above: This is what Matt was silently doing with beads during the show. Not very radio-friendly, but still amusing

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

The longest-serving GR+ staffer, I was here when all this was just fields. I'm currently Reviews Editor but still find time to speedrun Sonic levels and make daft Photoshop articles.
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