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Podcast Episode 116 – Fish Sticks

November 15th, 2010 by

Hot topics this week – Who’ll buy Harmonix? Pub DJs, a recycled South Park joke and a little MLGlee.

What have we been playing?

Matt plays Enslaved: Odyssey to the West and gets his FPS fix with Blacklight: Tango Down.

Daren enjoys co-op adventures with Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light.

This weeks news topics

Viacom announce their decision to sell Harmonix, UK retailers threaten to drop PC games due to Steam support, Gran Turismo gets a confirmed release date, legacy support dropped for Rock Band DLC, Angry Birds ports,  future versions and sequel discussed and the low down on Mass Effect 2 extras for PS3.

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

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3 Responses to “Podcast Episode 116 – Fish Sticks”
  1. avatar Jurassic Prinny says:

    I’m not finished yet, but I’m a fan of the ‘singing’.

  2. avatar Jurassic Prinny says:

    I’m know what you mean about the start of Atelier Rorona.
    Interesting article here on the same topic:
    http://www.gamasutra.com/view/feature/6208/history_mystery_and_story_games_.php

    Incidentally, don’t you think the ‘one thread per podcast in it’s own forum’ (as used on the old forum site) seemed to get a bit more discussion going among the community than the (now-locked) single-thread or the blog-comment section?
    Not that I don’t understand the why, and I probably have rose-tinted memories of the podcast topics on the old site.
    Just thought I’d throw the thought out here.

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