Mad Max is out. Metal Gear Solid is out. Until Dawn is out. Super Mario Maker... is almost out! But are these games good? And are they worth your time? We run all that down, plus your questions, in this week's VideoGamer UK Podcast.
It's that time of the year again, yes correct, it's PANCAKE DAY... or at least it was yesterday. So how many pancakes did you lot have? It's episode 33 and on today's show you'll find Tom Orry, Neon Kelly and Tom Pearson.
It's time for another helping of the VideoGamer.com podcast! There's nothing particularly special about this week's show apart from the massive discussion we had on which forum member we hate the most.... ONLY KIDDING ....or am I.
The congenial Neon Kelly hosts, and is joined by both an excessively astringent Martin Gaston and a particularly sententious Tom Orry. Still, what else is new? We talk about two games that have got a 7/10 and something about Mass Effect.
Today's show is missing Pearson who has inexplicably decided to escape English weather by going to Ireland. In his place is Neon Kelly, taking the reigns of the podcast, along with Martin Gaston and Emily Gera for the last podcast of the month.
The Mayan Calender states that December 21 2012 will bring the completion of the 13th b'ak'tun, completing a 5,125-year-long cycle and potentially bringing about the end of the world. And before that happens, we've got to deal with the Olympics.
On an unrelated note, today's podcast guest is ex-VideoGamer staff writer Jamin Smith. Along with Mr Smith – who's here in his new role as community manager of doublesix – today's show features Neon Kelly, Martin Gaston and Tom Pearson.
I'm your friend Santa Claus, and despite having a hectic work schedule at the moment I'm here today to tell you about the greatest gift anybody could ever have this time of year - Episode 24 of the VideoGamer.com podcast!