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Submitted by dotarray 584d ago | videocast

Player Attack TV: Summer Series

This week, Player Attack, is kicking back and relaxing with its Summer Series.

"It's time to take a look back at some of our favourite interviews, reviews and features from the past year of Player Attack. This week:
The Lord Mayor of Adelaide, Stephen Yarwood chats about his love of video games (including SimCity, surprise!)
Jimmy the Geek catches up with Kevin Shortt from Ubisoft to discuss Watch_Dogs
Rob Jones from 2K Sports tells us all about NBA 2K14
...and we get the lowdown on Battlefield 4 from our very own Kingsley Foreman!" (Battlefield 4, Culture, NBA 2K14, PC, PS3, PS4, SimCity, Watch Dogs, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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