Hola, senors and senoritas. Welcome to another exciting episode of TalkRadar UK. A podcast so packed with gaming goodness and inane rambling that we shed salty tears at each second of audio we have to cut at the final edit. <Sniff>
But what can you expect from this week's show. Well, there's the fallout from *that* Dead Island trailer where we discuss whether it'll be good or a load of old bum. Cundy struggles through another Appreciation Section with tales of over-friendliness with a chum. And Justin pronounces TOCA Race Driver in a way that provokes Cundy and Nath to savage him like a pack of wild dogs.
So come on in and sooth your ears with our dulcet tones and gaming banter.
TalkRadar UK Fan Art
Okay, Mooshon is setting the pace for the fan art up in the forums. He's had a pop at recreating Justin's nightmarish time holed up in a Bournemouth hotel during his first year at uni. Can you do better? Or worse, we're not fussy. Then prove it by posting some beautiful art in the forum thread and we'll put it up here next week.
Wait, what's this? A late entry to the fan art from Gregatron08 via his Twitter account? Why yes, yes it is. Made by a meme maker app no less.
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 23th February 2011
Run time: 01 hour 33 minutes 06 seconds
Intro music: Sabrepulse | Outro and minigame music: The Disco King
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