Submitted by Games_R_Us 1061d ago | podcast

Daily Joystick Podcast Ep 90 - The Year Ahead

On this week’s podcast Episode 90, Paul, Larry and the entire DJ team bring you a special episode dedicated to the year ahead, 2013. That’s right, the team delve into all the games that they are most excited for in the year 2013. We also take time to take a look at the Rayman Legends preview for the Wii U, plus this week in reviews, Boosty takes a look at Paper Mario sticker star for the 3DS and also Need for Speed Most Wanted for the Xbox 360. Also, in true podcast style we take your reader mail questions and give a shout out to the fans. So sit back and ring in the New Year with Daily Joystick Podcasts. Thanks for all your support in 2012! (3DS, Grand Theft Auto V, Need for Speed Most Wanted, PC, PS Vita, PS3, Wii U, Xbox 360)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
New stories

Saitek Heavy Equipment Precision Control System Review | Saving Content

1h ago - Excerpt: "Saitek, one of the foremost go-to companies for PC hardware in flight sticks and other... | PC

Miko Mole launches in North America for PlayStation 4

1h ago - Indie game developer and publisher EnsenaSofts, Miko Mole has officially launched for the PS4 in... | PS4

PS4 Games To Look Out For In November 2015

Now - With all the amazing titles still to come this year, Releases.com thought it would do you a favor and make it a little bit easier to keep track of... | Promoted post

Star Wars Battlefront Review | CoinOpTV

1h ago - Star Wars Battlefront is not the preeminent shooter that will replace Call of Duty, Battlefield o... | PC

Riot Countering League of Legends’ “Salty” Players With Rewards for the Good

1h ago - Set to launch in the next year, League of Legends’ developer Riot Games will be rewarding its bes... | PC

AMD Radeon Crimson Early Preview: Is it really the next big step towards AMD's competitive comeback?

1h ago - "AMD has been slowly ramping up its software game for the last few years. No, it’s not perfect —... | PC