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Midlife Gamer Podcast 219 – Sorry Georgie

July 4th, 2014 by

covering earsMajor events & minor corruption!

What have we been playing

All things wedding, honeymoon and E3. Trine 2, Transistor, Battlefield: Hardline, Elite: Dangerous, The Wolf Among Us, World of Tanks milestones and WoT: Blitz

In the news

PS+ and Games with Gold updates, rogue Sniper Elite 3 codes blocked on Steam, Battlefield: Hardline beta coming to many more platforms, YouTube now supporting 60FPS, Titanfall gets a new DLC offering, Star Citizen reaches another funding milestone, PS4 gets a Last of Us Remastered bundle, inFamous First Light being a standalone product, Nintendo Amiibo available for pre order, The Crew beta now available for registration, Blue Estate comes out of the blue to the PS4 and someone else does something crazy in WoW.

Soundtrack of our gaming lives

In this episode, Bosch selects the intro theme from Soul Blade.

In addition you get the usual suspects; Retail Roundup, New Releases, DLC, and a rare return of the MLGQ.

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2 Responses to “Midlife Gamer Podcast 219 – Sorry Georgie”
  1. avatar Marchantia says:

    Daren, you might want to check “Recettear: An Item’s Shop’s Tale”. Your game idea reminded me a lot of that.

  2. avatar JD_skinna says:

    Christopher Livingstone (has written pieces for PCG and RPG) has a site, http://www.screencuisine.net/, where he writes about playing the elder scrolls as an npc. not sure if it’s what you’re thinking of, but it’s bloody funny regardless

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