Category Archives: Podcast
This month the powerful trio of hosts Alex Matless, Jack Baggaley and Joshua Lavery try their hardest to fight through the stench and talk about:
- Mass Effect 3
- SSX (2012)
- Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City
- Borderlands 2
- The gastric consequences of donner meat
- And other important video game related guff
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We’ve been hilariously bad at trying to get the regular podcast together, so here’s Gamebit Editor-in-Chief Alex Matless and contributor Josh Lavery talking about games for a bit.
We honestly promise we’ll be back with a proper one soon.
Do you like Elder Scrolls games? Do you like shooting things in the virtual face? Then this month’s Gamebit Podcast is right up your street. With the beginning of the winter games avalanche, Avery Penn, Alex Matless and new co-host Jack Baggaley are going to be talking about the Rubh Al-Khali Desert, the battle of the FPSes, being in RPG heaven and driving dreams. Enjoy.
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Theme: Gimme Shelter
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Forza Motorsport 4
Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception
The podcast listened to by literally tens of people around the world is back for a second series! We return at the sad end of Expo Season to hear some snazzy new jingles, hear Matless talk about Eurogamer Expo and hear Avery, as always, talk rubbish. Enjoy.
After an excessively long break, The Gamebit Podcast makes its triumphant return! In a new office and at the mid-way point of Gamebit Expo Season, we discuss happenings at Gamescom and Avery’s first experiences with his shiny new PlayStation 3, as we celebrate the final episode of the Gamebit Podcast before embracing some new features in October. Enjoy.
Theme: DJVu – Want You Gone
Random Banjo Hoedowns
Big Sexy Turkeys
Audio from Metal Gear Solid and Portal 2 used under British Fair Dealing Laws and owned by Konami Digital Entertainment and Valve Corporation, respectively.
After a week off, The Gamebit Podcast has finally returned! In this week’s almost-half-hour-long Podcast, Avery and Alex talk about the Nintendo 3DS Price Drop, The Gunstringer, the latest Zelda: Skyward Sword trailer, the Kinect Star Wars Xbox and the average-ness of Half-Minute Hero, all whilst being hooked up to a caffeine drip and playing Fruit Ninja. Enjoy!
The Most Electrifying Pre-Order Bonus in all of Entertainment?
Nintendo announces massive 3DS price drop, dates new games
Fruit Ninja to be Bundled with The Gunstringer
R2-D2 Special Xbox 360 with C-3PO Controller Revealed
Comic-Con: New Skyward Sword Trailer Released
Half-Minute Hero Review (by Avery for Stevivor.com)
The Comic Avery Mentioned whilst talking about the 3DS:
In this week’s hilariously hyperactive episode of the Gamebit Podcast, we discuss Call of Duty Elite’s shit factor, Battlefield 3′s ability to depress the Japanese and the future of the Gamebit Podcast. Then, we move on to the meat and potatoes of the ‘cast, as we discuss HD (and 3D) remakes of old games. Are they great for introducing younger gamers to classics, or are they merely a cynical cash in? Find out our verdict by clicking on any one of the links below. Same time next week?
Theme: Close to Me
News Pieces mentioned:
Call of Duty Elite Service Goes Live
Xbox 720 will have “Graphics Like Avatar” – AMD (CVG)
Battlefield 3: “We can do earthquakes in Multiplayer” (CVG)
Valve: DOTA 2 coming “soon” (CVG)
3DS EU eShop Update: Xevious Goes 3D (CVG)
With thanks to @TheSonicMole of Twitter for suggesting this week’s Gamebit Topic. Got an idea? Tweet it with the Hashtag #GamebitTopics.
In this week’s somewhat sleepy episode of the Gamebit Podcast, we talk about
Unnamed Premiership Footballer Ryan Giggs, Andy Gray, ONE MILLION TROOPS, Windows Door, Zelda: A Link To The Past, Rhythm Paradise and Operation Rainfall, amongst our usual bits of news and mindless banter. Enjoy.
Theme: Don’t You Forget About Me
News Pieces mentioned:
EA Confirms $750m Takeover Deal of PopCap
Mass Effect 3 Demo – Details “in a few months”
FIFA 12 Career Mode – 7 Key Changes
Windows 8 Capable of Playing Xbox 360 Games
Rumour: Activision to launch new GoldenEye game at Comic-Con
Monkey Island Special Edition Collection Revealed
This week’s installment of the Gamebit Podcast is one for the dreamers out there, as we discuss games we’re looking forward to, as well as giving you our usual news coverage, our thoughts on FIFA/NHL 12 and a little rant from Avery about other sites’ opinion pieces on the Wii U.
Theme: Sweet Dreams
News Pieces mentioned:
Gamebit at Eurogamer Expo
Age of Conan becomes Free-To-Play
FIFA 12: Alan Smith to replace Andy Gray
Steam Summer Sale Launches
Microsoft to merge Games for Windows Marketplace with Xbox.com
Opinion Pieces Mentioned:
Wii U’s corner cutting could keep core away (CVG)
The Fire Door Slams Closed on the Wii U (That Game Show)
This week’s Gamebit Podcast is a little different; it’s arriving on a Monday (not a Wednesday, a day which we hope we can keep recording on regularly), it’s less than twenty minutes long (half the length of our first ever episode), and contains two great little segments – a segment dedicated to Sonic’s 20th Birthday, and an awesome-but-not-as-big-as-we-make-it-out-to-be announcement.
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Theme: Green Hill Zone Music
Sonic Segment Music: Sonic Doesn’t Need A Story by Alex Day (get it from iTunes here)
With thanks to Lauren Warrilow (as ever) for use of her kitchen/house, SEGA for giving us something interesting to talk about and DFTBA Records for giving us permission to use Alex’s song to introduce the Sonic segment.
Until Next Week!