Welcome one and all to a very special podcast. What makes it so special, you ask? Well not only is it set to make you even more excited about E3 in preparation for next week's big event, we've also gone to the trouble of writing 'special' on the header above.
As well as regulars such as the GamesRadar Hotline and What We've Been Playing we discuss the games that are making us giddy to see more of at E3. We also hammer out a wish list of big hitters we'd like to see at the show, which includes a segue into a long conversation about GTA V and Bully 2. We also hazard a guess as to who will win the conference war between the big three, Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft, and why we're hopefully optimistic of the show being aimed at hardcore gamers and not casual gaming buffoons.
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Post date: Wednesday 1st June 2011
Run time: 01 hour 44 minutes 46 seconds
Intro music: Sabrepulse | Outro and minigame music: The Disco King
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