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Gamecentral Podcast: Episode 83 - The Taken Dong

It's been another week of video games, and what better way to stay caught up than by listening to 3 non-professionals postulate about proper handjob technique.

In this week's news we're learning all about Nintendo delaying another one of their hottest releases; more Tomb Raider movies; and a Han Solo fridge. Also, Naughty Dog may have accidentally revealed The Last Of Us 2; BBC's dramatization about Grand Theft Auto "Gamechanger" aired this week; Assassin's Creed is getting some Jack the Ripper DLC; and a PS1 inspired Dual Shock 4 is available for you to buy right now. All of this and MUCH more in this week's news!

Then we've got a bumper What Have We Been Playing section as we continue our spoilerless chat about Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and Don's Christmas has come early with the release of Destiny's Taken King expansion. Will it revitalise Destiny, or will it feel like a desperate money grab?! Don has all the answers to all the questions you don't even care about the answers to!

We're light on features this week, but heavy on Destiny talk, so basically it's probably the worst episode we've ever had if you're not a Destiny fan...


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Gamecentral Podcast: Episode 83 - The Taken Dong

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