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Zed Games Podcast – Episode 246


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During the course of reviewing Assassins Creed Rogue (360/PS3/PC) Razor and Lee embarrass themselves live on the radio by forgetting the name of Captain Cooks ship, as well as confusing Benjamin Franklin with Isaac Newton. As it turns out, Rogue is one of the best games in the franchise to date!
They also discuss the recent downloadable content for Mario Kart 8 (Wii U).

Aired 19 November 2014

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Zed Games Podcast – Episode 245


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PAX AUS 2014 Special: Part Two
Interviews with: Tripod, Wargaming (World of Tanks), Disparity Games (Ninja Pizza Girl), Witchbeam Studios (Assault Android Cactus), Flat Earth Games (Towncraft/Metrocide) & Digital Confectioners (Depth).

Plus: Alanah gives us an overview of the New 3DS!

Aired 12 November 2014.

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Note: Due to a technical issue, the first 2 minutes of the podcast is lo-fidelity. The rest of the episode is in sparkling hi-fi!

Zed Games Podcast – Episode 220


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Marketing and public relations is a huge part of the video game industry. When it goes right, your game/product can rise to phenomenal heights. When it goes wrong, the results can be spectacular.

To help us understand some the biggest PR blunders in modern gaming history, we’re joined by Cameron Davis – industry veteran and author of Blow The Cartridge.

Jody reviews Sir, You Are Being Hunted. 

Aired 21 May 2014

Zed Games Podcast – Episode 220

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Opinion: Why I’ll Be Saying “No Thanks” To The Elder Scrolls Online

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The Elder Scrolls games have always strived to deliver – largely with success – expansive, open, fantasy worlds and the ability to explore them in your own way. For me, this epitomises the function of video games in my life: the ability to temporarily leave the day-to-day troubles of my life behind and enter a crafted world full of wonder.

Several times while I was playing Skyrim, I caught myself actually saying (yelling?) out loud “Wouldn’t this game be even more awesome if it was an MMO?” So when The Elder Scrolls Online was announced, I was struck by a severe case of “the hypes”.  This condition, which affects every gamer at some point, is marked by symptoms which include tunnel-vision, episodes of mania, and in my specific case a wee bit of mouth foam. Thankfully, two weeks ago I rid myself of this illness. If you are still affected by the particular strain of the hypes that was induced by The Elder Scrolls Online, read on.

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Zed Games Podcast – Episode 205

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Dom and Chris of Ghostbox drop in to talk about their latest game, Dragon Season (Android/iOS). We discuss the unlikely origins of the game and talk about how some of the key features were conceptualised.

Jody and Candi review Freedom Fall, a “platform game set in a wickedly dark fairy tale”.

In studio: Razor, Jody Macgregor & Candi.

Aired 5 February 2014

Zed Games Podcast – Episode 205

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