TBoD Podcast – Episode 10 – The Metaphorical Dog Sh*t Bin.


To celebrate the podcast making it to double figures we have a few special guests and seasoned gamers on to discuss the going’s on in gaming.

Amongst other topics we talk about the dark lords EA and their new found control over the creation of Star Wars games

Sony’s moves in making the indie developer feel at home in the PlayStation mobile arena and how we think Microsoft need to pull their finger out.

The comments of one Mark Rein, VP of Epic Games, who believes the next-gen consoles will take full advantage of the Free 2 Play Model and our thoughts on what that could mean as a gamer.

We also talk about games that we would have enjoyed if it weren’t for being hampered by bugs – as well as a bunch of other stuff.

Thanks to Crinbot, Cutmasta C and Spacca Attacker for lending their voices for this one.

Leave a comment if you have an experience to share or question for us. Thanks.

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3 thoughts on “TBoD Podcast – Episode 10 – The Metaphorical Dog Sh*t Bin.

  1. Gentlemen,

    Another great show – I really enjoyed the Star Wars at the beginning and agree that Jedi Knight was one of the best of the Dark Forces saga, they should re-make or reboot the X-Wing/Tie Fighter series, and Knights of the Old Republic is one of the best games I’ve played, Star Wars or otherwise.

    Make sure the internet knows you broke the news first: Old King Cole – a merry old soul – will be starring in Infamous 2.

    Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine (1999) was the game with the bug that made me through my keyboard and mouse against the wall and never go back. I never played any of the Tomb Raider games, and I thought Infernal Machine could make up for the missing genre in my gaming life.

    But alas it was not meant to be – I had hours into the game and the plot was just starting to get really good, and it crashed. And crashed. And kept crashing. I even contacted LucasArts and they sent me replacement disks for the game, and they worked even less. Tragic.

    But to end on a positive note, I can say those few hours with Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine were better than watching any amount of The Crystal Skull.

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