Podcast! Podcast! Podcast! Apologies for the over-excitement but this coffee has us bouncing around the office like safari park chimps on top of a Ford Mondeo. Ooh, ooh, AHH AHH AHH! See, we even sound like apes.
Bloody hell, where were we going with this? Oh yeah, podcast. Welcome to a new episode of TalkRadar UK. It's another audiological assault on all things that currently matter in the gaming world. We've tales of why L.A. Noire is the best and worst game for one 'cast member, there's an Appreciation Section dedicated to forgotten Capcom hero, Viewtiful Joe, and there's even a special guest caller to our GamesRadar Hotline.
As well as all this, we read your answers to Question of the Week - Which aspect of reality do games get consistently wrong? - fumble our way through your texts and discuss the Sony's 'Welcome Back' package and the Modern Warfare 3 ultra leak.
Come on in and sample the delights. You'd be bananas to miss it.
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Post date: Wednesday 18th May 2011
Run time: 01 hour 51 minutes 53 seconds
Intro music: Sabrepulse | Outro and minigame music: The Disco King
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