Podcast-Illustration-0121On this week's episode of the TouchArcade show, we start things off with a bang with our obsession with jousting, Medieval Times, and natural horsemanship enthusiast Mike Meade. We wallow in our failed keynote predictions, discuss what color iPhones we're going to get, and discuss the latest and greatest games to hit the App Store. Oh, and we dip into some PlayStation Vita TV and Surface 2 chat, which is always fun.

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  • armilla

    Like the continuing presence of Mike Meade!

  • Tommy

    I think Mike is a canonical co-host at this point, which is great.

  • daniel schroeder

    I'm not sure who it is (but since Mike's newer, and since it started happening when he came on, I'll blame him), but I keep hearing Skype sounds every once in a while during the show.

    • http://www.gameloft.com/ Ryan

      I thought it was just me and kept frantically checking my Skype while listening to the shows.

  • captainugboots

    I don't think we can blame the Internet for reacting to Microsoft so negatively this year. They came out with a set of commandments giving no benefits to their online "rules" and so the average gamer just saw them as rules.

    If Microsoft had shown some leadership and clarity and not made such a clusterfuck of things the Internet would have been better equipped with information as to why Microsoft wanted to implement their original online philosophy.