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Episode 47 – The Resurrection
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We are back! After a bit of a hiatus while Susie was in a terrible condition in hospital thanks to a nasty illness we have returned to fill your ear holes with our goodness. On this episode we talk about a great assortment of topics including the new GTA 5 gameplay trailer, the amazing PS3 exclusive The Last Of Us, Hotline Miami coming to the PS3 and Vita, and Fuse. We also have a chat about the way games are marketed these days, and how ridiculous it is that games are still being refused classification despite the R18+ rating. We close out the show discussing some of our origins in gaming, and the favourite games from our childhood.

Here is the link to the BBC David Attenborough video about the Cordyceps fungus which we mention during the show. Pretty incredible stuff! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuKjBIBBAL8


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