Podcast: Episode… Christmas!

We threw the rulebook out of the window for this week’s podcast. We barely had a running order and we eschewed our usual format for a kind of “last day of school before Christmas” vibe. It was all very exciting.

Everyone was back on duty, with Kev returning and my own tech troubles clearing up just in time to make the recording. We even had a special visit from Alex for a time, before he got bored and cleared off again.

We talked about our favourite experiences from the year and what games stood out for us. After some Christmassy news, of course. There were little mini discussions about free GBA games (which are good) and the new Microsoft dashboard (which is not good).

There was no audio competition because it’s Christmas. Instead, we gave away lots of codes (PSN users will probably want to know this: A75P, Xbox 360 users will need to take a look around the forums) and there’s the chance to win a wireless headset for the console of your choice. Listen up for how to enter. Alex shouted out a code for the Starhawk beta too, if you’re yet to get in on that particular delight.

Lewis gave up some codes for digital movies too. For the Warner Brothers code for Harry Potter, you’ll want this: WANJXY and if you want to spend Christmas in Narnia with the PSN then you might want to jot this down: N3P728. For the rest of the codes, you’ll have to listen to the podcast! Codes are all UK-based so you’ll need access to the UK PSN, Xbox Live or relevant services in order to redeem them.

Oh, there’s another little podcast treasure on the way this Christmas too. As soon as Tuffcub has finished laying down the phat beats, yo. So, er… subscribe on iTunes or keep an eye out here for that little rapper’s delight.

Not a cat.

This podcast features strong language, jokes in poor taste and adult themes, if you’re offended by that then we recommend that you don’t listen to it at all.

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  1. I’ve never been one for podcasts, but I’m quite enjoying this one. Dunno why though. That guitar at start sure kicked it off to a good start :) (2h of podcast to go, I’ll have to listen in parts).

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