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Glitch Free Gaming Episode 16 – I’ve seen smaller surfboards

GFG says, "This week on Glitch Free Gaming we are joined by the infamous Tom from CalmDownTom.com for the first time! We pick his brain about Asura’s love of punching Gods in the face, DLC and general anger issues. Halo 4’s spartan ops returns to high praise, further justifying Paul’s love for the game. Wreck it Ralph gets both watched and played while Kieran fails to wake up when testing out Wake Up Club.

The big news story of the week is Rayman legends. It gets a going over and the question of the week brings up some fun ideas as to what Sony might be doing on the 20th other than announcing a new console (What a silly idea!). All this and more on your favourite Scottish gaming podcast!" (3DS, Asura's Wrath, Halo 4, iPad, iPhone, PC, PS Vita, PS3, PS4, Rayman Legends, Sony, Wii U, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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