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IncGamers Podcast #117

29 May 2013  by   Peter Parrish
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We’re always delighted to be able to talk about Peter Molyneux and his trail of broken dreams in the IncGamers Podcast, so the end of his Curiosity experiment is perfect fodder for our news segment. You’ll learn whether Tim should be trusted with the power of a GODUS god (nope) and if Call of Duty is turning into Fable (yep.)

After that, the team tries to decide whether the Virtuix Omni virtual reality treadmill would look out of place in their respective living rooms, and touches on Remedy’s news that Alan Wake 2 might be a long time in coming.

In games, Tim and Peter discuss in-depth vehicular maintenance techniques for Grid 2 (not really; they talk about crashing a lot,) and everyone’s been having Incredible Adventures with Mr. Van Helsing in Borgova. Plus, Paul’s been excitedly trying out his new Stinkyboard on a selection of titles.

That can all be heard below, in the IncGamers Podcast. Feel free to stream or download, whichever takes your fancy. Archives can be found here, and over on iTunes.

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  1. Orsolya_Neocore

    Hey guys, nice podcast :)

    May 29, 2013 at 12:07 pm
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    Quest for Glory is pretty much my favoritest thing ever, so that was my first thought when Rusalka was mentioned.

    Also, well done with German “ch” sound :-)

    May 29, 2013 at 3:24 pm

  3. DavidTheSlayer

    Love the funny intro guys keep it up.

    May 29, 2013 at 3:39 pm

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