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IncGamers Podcast #143 feat. Arthur Bruno

4 Dec 2013  by   Peter Parrish

IncGamers Podcast

Stick around for the latter half of this week’s IncGamers Podcast to hear a few minutes of an upcoming interview with Grim Dawn’s Arthur Bruno. He chats to Paul about the latest developments with the game and what’s still to come in future.

Before that, the podcast team agonise a little more over the survivor2299.com site and what it all means (man) for Fallout 4. We also talk about the Ashes Cricket 2013 disaster, EA’s trademarking of Desert Strike and embark on a strange Warhammer tangent which ends with slagging off developers Cyanide for five or ten minutes. All good, clean fun.

This week, Tim has played Broken Sword 5 (or part one of it, at least,) Paul has spent time in the skies with World of Warplanes and time on the ground with Grim Dawn and I’ve developed a strange fondness for RVs thanks to State of Decay: Breakdown.

You can immerse yourself in the wonder of the podcast, below. More podcast episodes can be found in the depths of the IncGamers archives, and a few can be heard over at iTunes. We have also decided to pop up a video version this week so if you like it let us know.

Listen the full uncut audio version below.

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    nasarius
    +3

    Yay vidcast.

    Speaking of turtlenecks, I think it’s more likely that Peter Molyneux is actually Steve Jobs.

    December 5, 2013 at 6:12 am

  2. DavidTheSlayer

    Apparently Gabe is 51 and still alive and kicking according to Wikipedia. Desert Strike was cool. Yeah GW, are very protective of their IP, but I don’t get why they don’t get some devs to do a proper Warhammer game. Great vid/podcast.

    December 6, 2013 at 9:27 pm
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    Lazerbeak

    Will you be reviewing “Barbie™ Dreamhouse Party” pc game on the next podcast perhaps Tim could do a review before the next pod

    December 9, 2013 at 3:38 am

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