Podcast: Episode 106 – The World’s End and Saints Row IV

Unfortunately Peter was off fighting triffids this last Thursday, but we didn’t let his fight against alien plant life deter us from recording a podcast. Lewis, Kev and I were all present, and we brought Teflon in to try and up the numbers.

It’s a good thing that we had Teflon actually, as it meant he could talk to us about his time with Saints Row IV, as well as commenting on the news that the game could have featured a dragon. He also teamed up with Kev to discuss The World’s End, the last film in Simon Pegg, Nick Frost and Edgar Wright’s Blood and Ice Cream Trilogy. Sticking with films, Lewis chipped in about Oblivion, while I took a whirl wind look at a number of comic books.

In the news section we take a look at Microsoft’s Xbox One indie support announcement, Forza 5’s day one download issues, and the departure of Stephane D’Astous from Square Enix. There’s also the weekly quiz, where Lewis provides us with a quick fire affair this week. We rounded things out with the weekly questions, answering the weird and wonderful.

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  1. Another good one TSA, well done ^^

    Well from my point of view, the policy SONY has against indie titles is just fine. Because not everyone can just like that create anything and put it on the PSS, it keeps the PSS from becoming a junk full of everything from crap to masterpieces. Up until now, we have seen a good amount of very interesting indie games on PS3 and PSV, so I don’t see the need of changing anything related to the indie policy of SONY.

    Constantine being a bad movie? Are you insane!? The film was bloody brilliant. Loved everything about it. From the atmosphere, music to main role characters (I think Keanu Reeves did a great job). One of my favourites!…wait, didn’t you say you don’tlike Final Fantasy and turn based games are dumb? well, that explains a lot :P

    • Constantine is a great film, asssuming you’ve never read the comics. Same as the Max Payne film is pretty good if you’ve never played the games (which I havent).

      I rather enjoyed the Hitman film as well (nope, not played them either).

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