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Gamecentral Podcast: Episode 102 - French Mustard

After missing a few weeks due to Disneyland-related issues (and also a few Rob-related ones) we're back and we'll be guiding you through the rough waters of video gaming as it happened in the latter half of April.

News of Nintendo's intention to release NX and Zelda in 2017 sparks quite the debate amongst us as we argue all the pros and cons of Nintendo's decision, before moving on to stories regarding Titanfall 2, Borderlands 3 and the rumoured Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. All of that plus new information about Witcher 3's imminent DLC "Blood and Wine;" a Batman Arkham Collection rearing its head; and YouPorn dipping its... toe into the world of eSports somewhat unsuccessfully.

All that news, as well as your weekly dose of Hot Goss Ip and video game music before we catch up with What we've Been Playing. Rob has been on a bit of a retro bender, Don has been grinding up on all the latest additions to Destiny, and Gareth has played some Fallout 4 and COMPLETED Dark Souls 3. Be sure to listen in to hear his controversial opinions on the game!

And to all you mustard fans out there... Bon appetite!

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Gamecentral Podcast: Episode 102 - French Mustard

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