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Sunday
Apr032016

Gamecentral Podcast: Episode 100 - Knobstalgia

It's here, our 100th episode, and we're celebrating with a look back over 2 years worth of "entertaining" podcasts that will have you shedding a tear, in more ways than one.

But before we get around to that, don't worry, we won't be letting down those of you who rely on us for the latest and greatest gaming news and opinions as we give you the biggest stories of the week. Stories such as a very convincing NX controller leak that turned out to be a hoax; Sony working on a "PS4.5" that's more powerful; Blizzard getting into trouble with an overly sexual lady in Overwatch; and a live demo of downloading and opening Miitomo for the very first time! But that's not all, we've also got news on Street Fighter 5's chart performance; Final Fantasy XV getting a release date, demo, anime and animated film all at once; and even a bit of Turok and Rocket League. Fit to bursting!

Then we cast a sorrowful look back at the past 2 years and throw a funeral for all those studios that we've lost over the duration. It's a rainy, dreary day but the bagpipes are in full swing and we've got eulogies to give to game companies that are no longer with us.

But it's not all doom and gloom, as we finish off episode 100 with a selection of our favourite ever segments from over 2 years worth of episodes. From testicle eating to lover's spats, movie trailers to Russian rescues, and a little Maurice Hawkins thrown in for good measure, join us in remembering a superb 100 episodes, if we do say so ourselves!

Here's to 100 more!

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Gamecentral Podcast: Episode 100 - Knobstalgia

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    Lol, such a funniest animated image for the don. The don is considered as one of the dangerous person in the world or the state. But why you guys designed this character for representing its personality. It looks so shit.
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