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TalkRadar 21 – riddles, rudeness and reviews

This is officially the longest TalkRadar to date – but what a value! You’ll hear us attempt to solve the worst puzzles in history (most are from PC adventure games), talk up gaming flatulence, even trade horror stories involving bodily functions and a certain bathroom apparatus.

If you’re not one for potty humor, you should listen anyway because there’s lots of talk about the next Call of Duty (World at War), Spider-Man (Web of Shadows) and Bond shooter (the very GoldenEye-esque Quantum of Solace). Whoa, actual games!

Explicit Content Within! Persons with delicate ears should definitely not listen, as they will hear edgy no-no words freely spoken on South Park and HBO.

09-26-08 | Length - 1:37:01 | Opening song byAnamanaguchi

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Top 7... stupidest puzzles– “stupid” is a bit too polite for these illogical atrocities

Gaming’s most important farty butts– the article Chris was born to write

Tales from the Toilet– in the spirit of the above article, Chris and Brett share nasty tales while Charlie and Mikel listen in horror

Question 5: Reveal your tales of gaming drunkenness – 21 and up only!

Spider-Man: Web of Shadows– you mean this might be good?

Call of Duty: World at War– competitive co-op FTW

PLUS – CheckOXM’s podcast. Last week’s guest Dan Amrich runs a game show seemingly built just for Mikel, who creams PlayStation: The Official Magazine’s EIC Rob Smith. Maybe next time!


Quote of the week:
“If there isn’t a one year old nearby, I’ll make one.”

For more TalkRadar (and yes, you do want more) browse ourpast episodes.

Above: This is what Chris was doing while Brett slaved away over a hot laptop for TalkRadar 20

Above: OXM got rid of their Kane and Lynch mannequins, so we stole them, dressed them up and put them on permanent display

Above: Which one is this? Um, anyone care? Hewwo doggy!

Above: Plus a Prince of Persia from Warrior Within. He’s an official GamesRadar employee now

Oct 3, 2008