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Podcast Episode 114 – Master Baker

November 1st, 2010 by

Hot topics this week – Backseat gaming, scary games, fancy dress & a little Star Trek digression.

What have we been playing?

Matt completes Vanquish, gets stuck into Fable 3, and enjoys the demo of Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit.

Daren punishes himself with Super Meat Boy, continues with Mass Effect 2 & shares early impressions along with Matt on Rock Band 3.

This weeks news topics

Champions Online set to go free to play, update for Borderlands, the PSP Go gets a global price reduction, a temporary withdrawal of Doom from XBLA, Dragon Age 2 will get it’s own Cerberus Network and Enslaved: Odyssey to the West gets 3D DLC

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

Oh and my bad.. I was totally meant The Grudge when I was talking about The Ring! Forgive me, I’m getting old…

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6 Responses to “Podcast Episode 114 – Master Baker”
  1. avatar Thesir says:

    Being a Fable 3 junkie at the moment, I have to note that there is also the lute job to do alongside baking and blacksmithing, although they’re all pretty similar. Can’t wait to see Rock Band 3 for myself and check out the keyboard. Great podcast, as always.

  2. avatar Joe Pascal says:

    Can I just say that I am from a farming family and I wasn’t impressed by the mocking tone with which you described GIANTS Farming Simulator 2011. You can keep your childish fantasy games, this has gritty realism with accurate udder physics and the ability to pimp your Massey Ferguson to get that speed-ploughing trophy. I await an in depth review and some constructive criticism in the near future.

  3. avatar Splendidmcawesome says:

    Seriously, someone should try Farming Simulator. Perhaps we’re all missing out…?

  4. avatar xeroxeroxero says:

    If the Midlife Gamer Community desire it, I shall MAKE IT HAPPEN. Do we want a review?

  5. avatar David Murphy says:

    Aww I totally forgot about Tale of Two sisters, nice one Phizzy. As for the farming sim. I am also interested in a review. I can’t find much infomation about it, like, can I just work the land as opposed to adding cropping. What is included in it? Are extra features such as Cambridge rolling, terratilthing, Stone burying with a blec going to be included or are they planned for some kind of dlc in a few months? I think an indepth MLG review would help alleviate any outstanding issues I have with this release.

  6. avatar Jurassic Prinny says:

    Yay quiz music change!
    And then you f***ed me in the ear when I least expected it. Swines.
    Twas good though.
    I’m all in favour of a Farming Simulator review, for what it’s worth, but it’s not going to have much effect on my intent to purchase.

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