In possibly the strangest episode of The Godcast ever, Adam, Calvin, Terry and Tony bring you their usual take on the world of gaming news, before moving onto a discussion about multiple games, then hitting us with their achievements of the week.
Whilst Dragon Age II may not be the best RPG to be released by story specialsts BioWare, it was still a pretty good game and now has the chance to improve with the release of it’s second DLC – Mark of the Assassin. The latest Dragon Age II DLC is available now on Xbox Live, PlayStation Network, […]
Wow! This is something most people will not have seen coming! Zumba fitness has moved up from its second place position, to take the top spot from Crysis 2! LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars stands firm in third place, with Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters rising to fourth place. Dynasty Warriors […]
This week we have a rather special, bumper edition of the podcast for you! As well as all the normal features you’ve come to expect from us, this week plays host to an interview with RedLynx team members Lee Rowland (track designer) and John Lloyd (track designer and host of RedLynx TV). Make sure you […]
It’s time for the regular Monday morning GodisaGeek podcast. This week sees Adam, Calvin and Aryel joined by Aaron! That’s right folks, this is a triumphant return for the Sully-Van! Nintendo have just released the 3DS, and we as a group decide if we are going to be in for a shiny new console on […]
Better late than never, this week the UK Charts have yet another newcomer in the top spot, this time in the form of Homefront! We scored it a reasonable 7/10 in our recent review. Dragon Age II drops to number 2, whilst the two Pokemon titles (Black & White) remain in the top 5. Shogun […]
Happy Monday everyone! The podcast returns to normal this week, with Asim Tanvir back at the helm, joined by Adam Cook, Calvin Robinson and Tony Windebank. Last week was Video Game BAFTA week, so we take a look at some of the main categories, run down the winners and nominees, telling you who we’d have […]
Bioware's hotly anticipated sequel to Dragon Age: Origins will have a diverse soundtrack featuring Florence and the Machine and Inon Zur, who has also composed music for Fallout 3 and the Prince of Persia series.
This week the PlayStation Network Store update sees a batch of huge game demos making their debut. This release is alongside a whole host of PSN fully-downloadable games, PlayStation 3 game add-ons, PSP titles and even a PS1 release. There is also a rather large Minis sale and more special offers, such as the new […]