It’s Friday morning and that means that there’s a new episode of your favourite MMO podcast available. Are you ready to Ding?
On the 43rd episode of Ding!, we join Calvin, Martin and friend of the family – and series regular – Trey Douglas as they talk about what they liked from 2012 as well as all of the MMOs they’re looking forward to from the coming year. A lot of the conversation revolves around games such as Star Trek Online, Star Wars: The Old Republic and World of Warcraft (which Trey has finally sat down and played) but upcoming games such as WildStar, The Elder Scrolls Online and Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn get mentions too.
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See you in two weeks!
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Ding! is a part of the GodisaGeek Podcast Network. Every second Friday there will be a new episode, with an episode of WeekenDing during the weekends in between.
By day I play video games, test video games or just simply write about them. By night I fight crime on the streets of London as a masked vigilante known only to a select few ... damn SECRET identity. Could never get the hang of that.
I've been writing about video games for about 10 years now, and playing them for even longer, starting off with a Spectrum ZX passed down to me in about 1988. Yes, I used to play games that came on cassettes. Yes, they were AWESOME!
I've been writing for God is a Geek since October 2010 and loving every minute of it, aside from that I write for my own website and work as a video game tester for Testology. So, yeah, I'm pretty much living the life of a gamer, and I don't intend stopping anytime soon thank you very much.
Unless I run out of money, then we might have a problem.