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Podcast Episode 146 – Stirring the porridge

July 11th, 2011 by

Two gamers, a wedding and an ice cream van. Your week just got awesomer!

What have we been playing?

Matt nails through Shadows of the Damned, and continues with inFamous 2

Daren loses himself and his weekend to Tiny Tower on iOS.

This week’s news topics

More woes for Sony as PlayStation Plus subscribers suffer, Colour-blind support announced for Modern Warfare 4, Microsoft unwilling to endorse the Nyko Zoom for Kinect, PSN Pass confirmed by Sony and the PSN Comics Store updates come to an end.

Soundtrack of our gaming lives

This week: Listener Juxtaposer selects ‘Into the Wonderful’ from Gods.

This weeks MLGQ: Make up your own Professor Layton game title, and pitch us the story in true PR style!


In addition you get the usual suspects; Retail Roundup, New Releases, DLC, Twitter Section and the sexy gaming quiz.

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3 Responses to “Podcast Episode 146 – Stirring the porridge”
  1. avatar ShatnerzBassoon says:

    Absolutely awesome Soundtrack of our gaming lives this week.

    Great story… and hearing an old Bitmaps track took me right back to the days of Amiga Magic Pockets and Gods when I used to rip the tracks using Action Replay to nick the samples and use them in Sound Tracker to make my own songs.. great stuff.

  2. Agreed Shatnerz – I went on a BMB kick on youtube and after Into the Wonderful, my next stop was Magic Pockets :)

  3. avatar Discobeaver says:

    I think Most people from our generation did the same thing.

    I never played GODS on the amiga but i did play the balls of Magic pockets and spent a large part of yesterday watching speedruns of GODS and Magic Pockets on Youtube. :D

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