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Podcast Episode 106 – Tuppence World

August 30th, 2010 by

More delightful gaming chat from your hosts, including nightmares, MMO addiction & genitalia oriented theme parks.

What have we been playing?

Matt gets both hands on Starcraft 2 & has some fun times with Shank.

Daren discusses Alchemy on Android OS, explores turntablism with DJ Hero and worries about his time with Aion.

This weeks news topics

The UK is set to get a dedicated TV gaming channel, Final Fantasy XIV gets an open Beta date and an interesting XP limiting mechanic, Cryptic Studios confirm a new Neverwinter title, Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep not coming to PSN, further updates on the PS3 hack, Shank has issues on the Xbox 360, Microsoft banning pirates of Halo: Reach, voice chat improvements planned for the next 360 dashboard update, Demon resurface as a gamer specific ISP and EA Sports MMA will not be released in Denmark.

The usual suspects: Retail Roundup, New Releases, the Twitter Section and the Sexy Quiz.

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