This week the guys talk Star Trek, Neverwinter and the WildStar talk got a little…Wild.
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This week the guys talk some more about Defiance and Neverwinter, as well as discussing their likes/dislikes about Battlestar Galactica Online
This week the guys talk more about Defiance, before launching into a full-length discussion about Neverwinter.
Call of Duty: Ghosts, Soul Sacrifice, Star Trek – and much, much more.
On this week’s episode of everyone’s favourite comedy gaming podcast Saint & Greensie, the lads reminisce
As the team struggle to get to grips with which episode this is, it’s time to put our money where our mouths are, and making Xbox 720/Infinity/Whatever predictions.
On this week’s episode of everyone’s favourite comedy gaming podcast Saint & Greensie, the lads discuss their favourite games
This week on Ding! Live!, the guys are talking about all of the news they can think of to talk about coming out of the MMO side of the game’s industry. This week the guys mainly talk about the games that they’ve been spending their time playing, with Martin playing hour upon hour of Defiance and Calvin delving into the strange, old-school – and decidedly Zelda-esque – world of Graal. They guys then talk about some news which mostly centres around some interesting ideas that The War Z developers are having about how to deal with cheaters. You’ll have to listen to the whole podcast to find out what the gang thought, which you can do by visiting GodisaGeek.com, listening on iTunes or on Stitcher.
Back to a shorter podcast this week, and down to three men. What a lot of news there has been!
On this week’s episode of everyone’s favourite comedy gaming podcast Saint & Greensie, it’s part three of the lads discussion on narrative
This week on Ding! Live!, aside from all of the usual news, the guys also spend a great deal of time talking about the recently released third person MMO; Defiance. Adam has played the Xbox 360 version of the game, Calvin the PC with Martin rounding off the trio by having spent time with both versions of the game. You’ll have to listen to the whole podcast to find out what the gang thought, which you can do by visiting GodisaGeek.com, listening on iTunes or on Stitcher.
Okay, so we may be taking this “long podcast” thing a little too far now, with a 2 and a half hour long episode of the Godcast.
Spoiler Warning: Do not attempt to listen to this podcast unless you’ve completed BioShock Infinite.