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Sunday
Jun072015

Gamecentral Podcast: Episode 69 - Master Thief Collection

Stop the presses, it could be the biggest piece of news that's ever occurred during the entire run of this podcast... We've reached episode 69! Oh, and some game called Fallout 4 got announced.

This week we're taking a look at Nintendo and what they need to do to impress and enthrall their fans at this year's press conference. Can they get non-Wii U owners clamouring to buy a Wii U, and if so, how exactly will they do that? We'll see if we can come up with an answer.

But before all that, we fill you full of the week's biggest gaming news stories and discuss Fallout 4, the Uncharted Trilogy: Remastered, Rise of the Tomb Raider, and the possibility of Dark Souls 3. As well as all that we've got news of Ubisoft's E3 line up; Arkham Knight's lack of load times; Fifa adding women's teams and Steam's new refund policy. Plus lots more! What a massive week for news!

Then finally, we talk about what we've been playing, which includes Rob's Witcher 3 backpeddling, Don's continued Destiny grinding, and Gareth's launch event attendence.

Phew, that's a lot to squeeze into a 69, and we manage to last well over an hour! A personal best, but my goodness are our jaws tired... from talking.

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Gamecentral Podcast: Episode 69 - Master Thief Collection

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