Apologies in advance for this week’s audio quality, you really take for granted how good things sound when you’ve got your real podcastin’ rigg at home instead of using the in-line microphone on a pair of headphones abroad. Anyway, this week’s episode kicks off with tales from the Melbourne International Games Week which includes GCAP and PAX Australia, along with a decent amount of game discussion following a few hot releases this week. Those games primarily include Asphalt Xtreme (Free), Galaga Wars (Free), and Nekosan (Free). Stay tuned for another episode next week, where we’ll all be back to our normal microphones.
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