Lie back, open yer ears wide and think of England. Yes, it's time for your weekly dose of TalkRadar UK!
Today's team of triumph consists of Houghton, Cundy and Nathan and provides the usual sprinklings of interesting game-related backstories, hot opinion on the latest news related affairs and at least one suggestion of Halloween flashing horrors. Oh, and discussion of what a 'stab face' looks like. Nice.
But what else can you expect? All this and more...
NEWS - TimeSplitters 4 on the way?
APPRECIATION SECTION - Dave breaks at least one combo by going all squishy over Killer Instinct. But possibly not over this bit. Check it out:
QUESTION OF THE WEEK - Reading your answers to... Why do you like games as much as you do? And suggesting another 'Sonic Shuffle'.
WHAT WE'VE BEEN PLAYING - Matt can't remember the name of the game he's been playing. Must've been memorable. Dave's been mostly playing Fable 3, and Nathan's still playing LEGO Harry Potter. Jeebus. But there is more...
GAMESRADAR HOTLINE - Where we answer your questions and play your voices over the airwaves.
MORE! MORE! MORE!
After a quick reshuffle (don't worry, we'll likely run our intended minigame next week), Towell and Cundy battle it out 'mano a mano... a Bobby Kotick'. If you see what we mean.
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.
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Post date: Wednesday 3rd November 2010
Run time: 1 hour 29 minutes 23 seconds
Intro music: Sabrepulse | Outro and minigame music: The Disco King
Find all the previous episodes of TalkRadar UK on our compendium page