GamingLives Podcast Episode 4
Four Podcasts, five guests and one incident in a toy shop later, the GamingLives Podcast returns to kick off October in style. Adam, Lee, Mark and Ben are joined on the show by fellow GamingLives writers, Ed and Chris, as we take a look back at Eurogamer and ask if the event has sung us out of 2011 in style before moving on to brag about our first times… interviewing. There’s discussion on what we think is waiting beyond the horizon with the next generation, how the mainstream digital and print media need to up their game, and we sound off on the vocal talents that drive our experiences in-game, whether it be off a cliff or into the sunset.
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Take on all comers, avoid collisions and score MILLIONS of points in this stunning game of skill and quick reflexes! Guide our plucky underdog hero Lionel in his epic task to KILL ALL LINES, pick up lovely GLOWY THINGS, fight for survival (in SPAAAAAACE!) and most importantly DON’T CRASH! This is literally the funniest game you will ever play that has a glowing yellow line as the main character.
GamingLives Eurogamer Expo Coverage
To finish off this years expo season GamingLives sends a small crack team of elite journalist commandos to London to bring you the very best previews and interviews an some of this Christmas’ big releases and a sneak peak at some of the video game gems we can expect early next year.
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Zombie Proof House
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