Hello, and welcome once again to the Life’s A Game Podcast! =D
After a short break from the podcasts, we’re back with a special, feature length episode to commemorate the blog’s second birthday! I managed to get hold of Gaminglives.com‘ members Markuz and Lorna Reid, Lee Williams and Richie Harkness (who also has his own website at Peoww!) and make them talk with me to help celebrate two years!
Our conversation included, but was not limited to…
Lee’s awesome adventures in Minecraft, Lost Cities, Air Conflicts, FIFA ’12, OIO, Burnout CRASH!, some old spectrum games I’m too young to have ever played, Worms: Ultimate Mayhem and why I’m terrible at naming Worms, Uncharted 3 and Arkham City, online passes, what superpowers we’d have if we could have any, our proposals for a Joystick Award Winning game and the worst games we could invent, The Book of Unwritten Tales, Resi 4 and HD Remakes, and our recommendations of the week.
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’d like to thank the following people for taking part in the podcast, and I hope they’ll join me in future, too. If you want to check out their stuff outside this podcast, take a gander below for the podcast attendees, their Twitter and Gaminglives pages, and where applicable, their blogs:
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 it also has more stories from Lee! (Link)
Thanks everyone for listening to the podcast, and we hope to see you soon! Please make sure to support the podcast by downloading it, liking it and sharing it with your friends!
Edward Price, aka Jokesound.
P.S: The Life’s A Game radio show will be making one final series for Student Radio! Stay tuned!