It's here! A fresh helping of the UK's premier podcast that contains games and reference to the Cockney phrase 'Are you muggin' me off?'. This week's triforce of chatter is provided by Cundy, Meiks and Nathan as they blast through all of these things and much, much, much, much, well maybe not that much, MORE!
- THE NEWS! - Discussing the frankly disgusting large amounts of cash that Microsoft are putting into their Kinect launch that somehow segues onto news about a monkey astronaut.
- APPRECIATION SECTION! - There's another empassioned appraisal of an old game from Mr Meikleham and this week it's the gone but not forgotten, Shenmue. Apparently, it's the real life simulations that make it such a thrill. We're unsure of this reasoning.
- QUESTION OF THE WEEK! - Reading out your brilliant answers to this week's conundurum... What's your favourite location from a game and why?
- WHAT WE'VE BEEN PLAYING!- We play games just like you do, and we also have the same gripes and praise for them. This week we've been playing Dead Rising 2, Castlevania LOS and something called The Last Window.
- GAMESRADAR HOTLINE! - And it's a fine collection of questions and confessions that we received from you people this week to our mobile telephone machine thing.
- Much, much... oh, we've already done this bit.
Right, here's the deal... DO: Send us game related questions/trivia or a confession. Ensure that your text isn't a small essay. DON'T: Send us chain texts, jokes or requests asking for a job. Got it? So with the serious crap out of the way, please do drop us a line we'll play your dulcet tones across the airwaves via the wonders of technology. Or simply drop us a text. We love hearing from you guys. All calls and texts charged at your local standard rate.
Post date: Wednesday 20th October 2010
Run time: 1 hour 41 minutes 21 seconds
Intro music: Sabrepulse | Outro and minigame music: The Disco King
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