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We have slightly changed up the format again this week on our road to perfection, so please feel free to email us at podcast@dropbeargaming.com or hit us up on Twitter (@DropBearGaming) to let us know what you think of it! On this episode we discuss Matt’s World Of Warcraft relapse, new DLC for Raskulls, Fruit Ninja’s nomination for a Webby award, the new Battlefield Play4Free game, Geohot’s settlement with Sony, and more. SiouxsieKate also gives us her thoughts on Michael Jackson: The Experience, and Lucas interviews Max MacKinnon aka Eso from Bliss N Eso to talk about putting their song in Fight Night Round 4, Black Ops, and much more!

For a chance to win awesome prizes with our tipping competition, check out the details on the forum

A big thanks goes to Bliss N Eso for letting us have a chat with them. Be sure to check out their site at blissneso.com for details on their upcoming tour.

Fruit Ninja nominated for a Webby (Source: Halfbrick’s Blog) To vote for them visit the Webby site

Check out Battlefield Play4Free at Play4Free.com

To stay on top of the upcoming Gamebook release check out the TinManGames blog

Battlefield 3 gameplay video (Source: Youtube)

Alice: Madness Returns will come with the original game as free DLC (Source: Gamespot AU

Sony stop PSP Go production – Although we mention it as a rumour on the podcast it has been officially confirmed. You can read more at Gamespot AU


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Super salesman by day, Batdad and Gamersutra by night. As a self-confessed technology pacifist, he prefers to sit on the console-war fence and play games on his PC.
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