Have you heard of a game by Rockstar North called Wild Metal? No. Don't worry, neither did two thirds of this week's podcast team but that doesn't stop Cundy going on about it for 20 minutes or so. We'd like to say the rant is informative but, well, give it a listen and you'll find out why it isn't.
Also on this week's TalkRadar UK there's prolonged chatter about Shadow of the Damned's brilliance, why one team member won't be returning to the streets of L.A. Noire and why Uncharted 3's multiplayer beta is good, but not great. Oooh, controversial.
There's also a bizarre tale of how one of the men has ended up with a pair of blue arms. This alone makes this week's show worth a listen, so come get some gaming goodness in your ears.
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Above: Dave's love for Deadly Premonition has pushed sales through the roof. Well in this ace mock-up anyways
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Post date: Wednesday 6th July 2011
Run time: 01 hour 25 minutes 31 seconds
Intro music: Sabrepulse | Outro and minigame music: The Disco King
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