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Blogs Series 3, Episode 7 - OnLive, Game Testing and Team Fortress 2

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  1. CardJoe

    CardJoe Freelance Journalist

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    Radical_Monkey Dremel > Lightsabre

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    Forgive me if im wrong but shouldnt have this weeks podcast been the Hardware one?
     
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    I think no one in hardware had time given the launch of certain products this week.
     
  4. CardJoe

    CardJoe Freelance Journalist

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    I think last week was the supposed to be hardware, this week gaming. Don't ask me. I only do the gaming ones - the others can take care of themselves :p
     
  5. [PUNK] crompers

    [PUNK] crompers Dremedial

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    regardless its another good'n, thanks fellas
     
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    Radical_Monkey Dremel > Lightsabre

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    Ah right cool! Great podcast none the less guys! As always :)
     
  7. CardJoe

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    Hedley!
     
  9. Sifter3000

    Sifter3000 I used to be somebody

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    And to prove that the Beatles helped medical science: http://thedecisiontree.com/blog/?p=265 (it's CAT scans/MRIs EMI developed, not X-Rays or whatever I originally said in the podcast)
     
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    Bauul Sir Bongaminge

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    Lol, I KNEW I knew that name from somewhere!

    And did I hear the beginnings of a Dylan Moran joke in there...?
     
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    Zeno Clash is quite possibly the most surreal/bizzare/brilliant game I've ever played, much appreciated guys! :thumb: (was I the only entry last week, or did I get the luck of the hat? :p)

    And no Mark, I'm not a hobbit, although that comment did make me laugh :lol:
     
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    You do make your own Hopcroft beer though, right?

    You are sending us some for us to review, right?

    Along with cheesecake, right?

    You weren't the only entry and glad you enjoyed the game!
    I wasn't joking about the beer and cheesecake
     
  13. TheOnlyOneHeFears

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    Two kegs of finest Hopcroft beer are already in the post, along with some quality cheesecake for your delectation! :thumb:

    Actually, in all seriousness, they have a home brewery section where I work, maybe I should check it out
    :rock:
     
  14. Cutter McJ1b

    Cutter McJ1b Home-cut jibs at discount Prices

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    :D

    Congrats mate =)
     
  15. Dreaming

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    Another nice podcast, I am really enjoying these. One question for next time (I will email it to you later):

    In a recent blog post you recommended "Games to play with your children" but as one honest poster pointed out, when we were young we all played Doom, didn't we? What's not graphic and violent about that? Or Duke Nukem, even. Even a Diablo 3 developer recently admitted that he had shown the game to his 7 year old daughter, because he wants her to see what he does at work.

    So; did you ever play 18 rated games when you were below that age when you were younger? Do you think that they have adversely affected you or it's a load of molly coddling nonsense? What is your opinion on the issue of what games are appropriate for children of what ages?
     
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    Will discuss :)

    Any more questions or topics, chuck them in here or send them to me or the official podcast address.
     
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