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Lucas and Matt are recording alone again this week as Susie recovers from sickness and finishes up all her moving to Melbourne. They cover a load of new including the announcement of Carmageddon: Reincarnation, some Xbox sales figures, the rumours of the NGP being called the “Vita” and much more including Nintendo’s child porn game! Be sure to check out the show and let us know what you think by leaving a review on iTunes.

Awesomej95’s photo of a safe way to import Mortal Kombat into Australia

A video of the classic game Carmageddon (Warning: it is graphic, but then again that’s what makes it awesome!)


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