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We did a live show from EGX too but our audience was a porter wheeling some boxes past and a confused looking lady by the toilets.

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8 hours ago, mechamonkey said:

Have to say how much I really enjoyed being there @elmo absolutely brilliant. my Amazon Echo now is sponsored by TCGS thanks to the stickers ;p

 

Is that why AWS went down today?

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1 hour ago, sandman said:

I'm confused - was I wrong?

 

I don't do social media so have no idea if I was wrong or not

Yes sir although I was laughing at the response not at you.

 

from left to right: Mat, James, Sean and Me.

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2 minutes ago, elmo said:

Yes sir although I was laughing at the response not at you.

 

from left to right: Mat, James, Sean and Me.

Poor Sean - he looks a bit like me!

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Just a quick update to let people know that my podcast Playing Catch-up returned earlier in the week with episode 21. That's 21 episodes in four-and-a-half years. Just call me Mr Prolific.

 

It had been on an extended break following some personal stuff at the beginning of last year but I'm so delighted to be back at it. This first episode back is me and @MW_Jimmy talking about some of the stuff we've played since we last put an episode out at the beginning of 2017. The second half of that conversation will go up in a couple of days. We talked about games including: Sonic Mania, 140, Kero Blaster, Persona 4, Rhythm Paradise Megamix, Virtue's Last Reward and more.

 

We've also got some dev interviews lined up for the coming weeks including Graham Goring, formerly of this parish, who wrote on some of the biggest Lego games of the past few years and is now developing his first indie game, and Simon Joslin of The Voxel Agents, who released the really quite special The Gardens Between this week.

 

I know there are a million and one games podcasts to choose from nowadays but some of you in this thread had really nice feedback back when the show was first up and running, so I just wanted to drop in with a heads-up in case anyone interested had unsubscribed due to the previously inactive feed.

 

Here's the show in iTunes:

https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/playing-catch-up/id827542901?mt=2

 

Alternatively, search for Playing Catch-up in your podcast app of choice, or add the feed URL manually:

http://feeds.feedburner.com/PlayingCatch-up

 

Thanks in advance for anyone who takes a listen. Feedback always welcome!

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I listened to The Computer Game Show's Life is Strange Episode 1 Season 2 spoilercast today and enjoyed it. About the last thing you guys spoke about: (spoilers for Life Is Strange Season 2 Episode 1):

 

Spoiler

Your brother steals a toy/figurine from Brody's car. You see it on his bed (or bedside table) in the motel at the end after he's done unpacking his bag. When you ask him about it he initially lies about stealing it, but you press him a little and he admits it. I think this is where it might be worse for you guys: he says "what difference does it make? You stole something too" and you have the option to explain that you only stole something that was essential for survival and that stealing in general is wrong and something he should never do. I wonder if it will make a difference that you guys never had that chat with him. 

 

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