This week we’re talking about more rumours of the Valve Steambox, ridiculously expensive Limited Edition games, Molyneux talking about leaving Microsoft and why gaming is a positive in life, plus loads more.
We also have another TGC Question we want you to answer:
Which game has the best soundtrack and why did it catch your ear?
We’ll be discussing the answers in the final section of the show tonight so either reply to this post, tweet us @thegamescast with the hashtag #TGCQ, or reply to our Facebook page comment. While you’re on Twitter and Facebook, why not follow us or drop a like!
In other news, the new version of this very website is so close to going live we’re all super excited to get it out for you all to see. Hopefully it’ll mean that we can offer you all more of a central hub than asking you to go off to other sites to find out what we’re doing and when. All will be revealed but we hope you like it as Phil has been working his backside off to get it ready.
Once again, we would just like to thank all of you who have taken the time to listen to our show, either live or as a podcast. We’re not far off hitting a major milestone for the show in terms of listeners and it has really caught us off guard with how quick the show has gathered a loyal following. Every retweet, message, like or comment posted is a huge help to us and is massively important to keep you engaged in the show even when we’re not on air.
Down the line we are looking to make some changes to improve the show for you but where possible we all always involve you guys before anything changes as your feedback is just as important as anything the three of us come up with.
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