Episode Six of the Life’s A Game Podcast is here and it’s somehow even better than before!
Yes, I know you’re supposed to say that the newest one is always the best with these things, but seriously. Give it a listen and you won’t be disappointed. In the most immature and ridiculous LAG yet, I’m joined by Gaminglives.com creator Markuz Reid, Best Bromance since Download 2011 Callum Thomson, and GL writer and comedy acoustic singer Richard Cowley of Signposted Disaster!
This week the list of things we discussed reached epic proportions with discussions including, but not limited to:
Crysis 2, Fifa ’11, Red Faction Guerilla and Armageddon, Wanted: Weapons of Fate, Sid Meier’s Pirates and Ric’s attempts to achievement whore with King Kong and Hannah Montana, Barbie’s Horse Adventures, G1 Champion & Jockey, Ico & Shadows of the Collossus HD, R Kelly’s Trapped in the Closet, Borderlands 1 & 2, the things you could do with Nutella, Battlefield 3, elements in games which were never picked up again, Pong and the need for a HD remake, why sharks simultaneously ruin every game and why everything needs more sharks, the Land Before Time and other games that made us sad, Fallout 3 and New Vegas and disappointing bosses, Hunted: The Demon’s Forge, A New Beginning and what we’d do if we could go back in time and change the course of gaming, Markuz’s plans for Billy Mitchell, Free Radical and shocking news regarding Timesplitters 4, Kotaku and women licking doorknobs, Peoww‘s Richie as the Fonz, bad films with killer sharks, CliffyB and daring to give Gears of War 3 anything less than an 8/10, Marmite and Yeast Paste, why Callum and I were the coolest at Download 2011, Bayonetta and our problems with Japanese games, Minecraft, Sony’s attempts to stop anyone ever suing them over the PSN ever again, the Book of Unwritten Tales, and our recommendations of the week.
There’s a ridiculous amount of laughter, comments likely to disturb and bromance beyond a scale you may be comfortable with. It’s also the best damn Life’s A Game recording to date, and you’ll love us for it.
If you have any ideas of topics you’d like us to discuss or ways we could improve future podcasts, don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments below! Any suggestions and valid criticisms will be taken on board and applied where possible to help improve the podcast in the long term.
I want to thank the brave, brave warriors who sacrificed their time, dignity and sanity on this podcast, and here’s a link to who they were as well as some of their stuff!
Callum Thomson (Twitter) (Netcars Blog)
Markuz Reid (Twitter) (Gaminglives)
Richard Cowley (Twitter) (Gaminglives Page) (Signposted Disaster Band Page)
That’s not all, as we’ve got a couple of links below which were bought up in the podcast or otherwise relevant to our ramblings:
Brutalitees (Awesome custom T-Shirts created by Markuz!)
Gears of War 3: Review From The Future.
And while you’re here, make sure you also check out the Gaminglives.com Podcast, featuring Ben, Lee, Markuz, Adam Freeman and Lorna Reid, which you can access by clicking the link to the itunes subscription page that’ll be provided at the end of the next sentence. It’s even better than LAG, and that’s my personal endorsement and guarantee! (Link)
Thanks everyone for listening to the podcast, and we hope to see you soon! Please make sure to support LAG by downloading it, liking it and sharing it with your friends!
Edward Price, aka Jokesound.
P.S: Frequent Podcast member Christopher Hartnup and I will be attending this year’s Eurogamer Expo on behalf of Gaminglives.com! Keep a look out for us if you’re attending! If not, check out the coverage on the site soon after!