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Submitted by GodisaGeek 793d ago | podcast

The Godcast: Season 5 Episode 28

GodisaGeek: "It’s finally time to unleash the beast within, as Calvin returns this week to host (Adam is still out sick) and talk about some SimCity. Joining Calv is fellow PC gaming superstar, Ben Skipper – who makes his debut.

But don’t worry, Lee is here to talk about some console games like the latest Assassin’s Creed III DLC, and some Mass Effect: Citadel DLC.

Skipper (that’s his nickname, obviously) drops truth bombs, suggesting that Gears of War: Judgment might be his favourite Gears of War game so far, before the gang talk about plenty of news, including the biggest news of the week: Riccitiello leaving EA. Preview focus returns this week, as Ben went to a Deep Silver showcase event, and got to see some Saints Row 4, Dead Island: Riptide, and Metro: Last Light." (Dead Island Riptide, Gears of War Judgment, Metro: Last Light, PC, PS3, Saints Row 4, SimCity, Wii U, Xbox 360)

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