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Podcast Episode 163 – Ooh Shiny!

November 28th, 2011 by

Listen to this lovely newness in all its glory, before something else gets your attention.

What have we been playing?

Matt has a quiet week, but manages a little Skyrim.

Daren gets sidetracked from Skyrim with Xenoblade Chronicles.

In the news this week

Playstation Vita launch titles detailed, EA flip-flopping over free Battlefield 1943 for Battlefield 3 PS3 owners, classic 8-bit character Dizzy making a mobile comeback, hints at a Gears of War prequel trilogy, Catherine coming to the UK and Chuck Norris stars in the latest WOW advert.

Soundtrack of our gaming lives

This week: Daren selects the main theme from Skyrim.

In addition you get the usual suspects; Retail Roundup, New Releases, DLC and the Sexy Quiz.

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One Response to “Podcast Episode 163 – Ooh Shiny!”
  1. avatar Caliburn M says:

    Oh I so wish I hadn’t put skyrim on my xmas wish list :( may have to get xenoblade instead, anyway anyone else noticed that the alarm sound from total annilation is used on shed loads of things ? Not noticed any other sounds from games used anywhere else though.

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