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Submitted by Bunce 937d ago | podcast

Game Under Podcast Episode 15

That's right, folks! It's time for another big show, and Tom Towers and Phil Fogg do not disappoint; coming in at almost 3 and a half hours!

But over those 3 and a half hours they keep things moving with aural reviews and impressions of Hotline Miami, The Walking Dead: 400 Days and Bioshock 2.

But what's a big show without features? Not a problem, what about a full blown spoilercast (within a podcast no less!) of The Walking Dead Season 1, and a discussion on the topic of synaesthesia being erroneously used as a gaming aesthetic.

They even remember to do the news! Speaking on Atlus, the July NPD, and Tom's humorous failure to interview Cryptic Studios COO, Craig Zinkievich (BioShock 2, Culture, Hotline Miami, PC, PS3, The Walking Dead - 400 Days, The Walking Dead: Episode 1 "A New Day", Wii U, Xbox 360)

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