It’s a packed show this week, and a bit of a silly one to boot. We kick things off with a few news stories including the announcement of Saints Row IV, Wii U sales and yet more Sim City controversy.
After Weekly Beats and iOS Minute we jump into games talk, there’s a lot this week but the big hitters are Tomb Raider and Ridiculous Fishing. Chris of course brings the indie love with Lucius and A New Beginning.
Perry rounds out the main show by interview the co-founders of Gaijin Games, Alex Neuse and Mike Roush, who recently put out Runner 2 on a whole mess of platforms. Then after we say our goodbyes we have a nice collection of outtakes for your amusement.[jwplayer mediaid=”25753″]
Weekly Beats (00:27:20)
iOS Minute (00:30:33)
What we’ve been playing (00:31:37)
Interview with Gaijin Games’ Alex Neuse and Mike Roush (01:43:32)
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