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Submitted by Georgieboysaxe 998d ago | podcast

Press Pause Radio: Episode 65

"This episode begins with a very real and extremely awkward discussion about European porn stars and voyeurism. So, there's that I suppose. Hopefully you will all continue to listen to the latest episode of Press Pause Radio, as we discuss the recent news and events in the world of video games. Our cast returns from the short hiatus and breaks down the upcoming Wii U, as well as the departure of our favorite Doctors from BioWare. In our featured topic we define, in our own words, the definition of a legacy in video games, both positive and negative. Thanks for checking out our newest episode and please make sure to rate and review us. Stay tuned for more greatness coming your way from PPR!"

-Presspauseradio.com (Culture, Industry, Mark of the Ninja, Retro, Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set, Tokyo Jungle)

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