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IncGamers Podcast / Vidcast #100 with Steam Giveaway

30 Jan 2013  by   Peter Parrish
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The IncGamers Podcast has been through many incarnations across the years, but somehow we’ve managed to put together one hundred episodes – every single one recorded on a set of yoghurt pots connected by pieces of string.

In honour of this stunning occasion, we’re giving you, yes you (no, not you, you) the chance to win a game of your choice on Steam. For instructions on how to do so, just listen to the opening minute or three of the pod. Here’s the thread you’ll need in our forums.

The rest of this centurion episode deals with the fall-out from THQ’s bankruptcy auction, Warren Spector’s job prospects now that Junction Point has been closed down by Disney, and whether Ocean Quigley is deserving of comparisons to Aquaman.

In terms of games, we’ve been playing SimCity (in a restricted kinda way), The Cave and Omerta: City of Gangsters. Although in a thematically appropriate twist, I’m unable to say much about that last one while the embargo remains in place. I ain’t no squealer, copper.

Audio and visual options are available below. For previous episodes (though not all 99 of them), visit iTunes. Happy 100 to you all!

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  1. Jess

    I thought I was already a member of the forum but I guess I’ve never registered! Whoops! Thanks for the giveaway! But I can’t seem to register for the forum because the code never shows up for the Human Verification part. Would you guys be able to look into this? Thanks.

    January 31, 2013 at 11:09 pm

    1. psyounger

      H Jess, yep we’ll check this. the forum changes we made overnight need some tweeking

      February 1, 2013 at 2:14 am

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