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Cane and Rinse’s Leon on GameBurst News

Thanks to Neil, Lewis, James and Gary at GameBurst for having me on their weekly news round-up show last Friday evening. You can hear the results by following this link. More details follow below:

[News] Neil, Lewis and Leon Cox from new podcast Cane and Rinse discuss the latest gaming headlines, including:

I am Alive is, er, Alive

Ubisoft’s long-in-development disaster action game skips retail and heads for XBLA and PSN. Is this a good move? Does anyone actually care about this game anymore?

Vita 3G has 20MB download limit

Sony reveals that download limit for its the 3G version of its upcoming handheld will be the same as iOS devices.

L.A. Noire Complete Edition due next month

For those who haven’t played this summer’s critically acclaimed but divisive blockbuster, you’ll soon be able to pick it up with all the DLC.

Dead Island movie confirmed

Remember that teaser trailer for Dead Island that everyone thought was just like a movie and made the game look soooo awesome, etc? Well, now it’s inspired the latest attempt at a video game movie. Should be good, right?

Skyrim vocal talent includes Captain Von Trapp and Wonder Woman

Christopher Plummer, Max Von Sydow, Lynda Carter, Joan Allen and more lend their voices to the upcoming Elder Scrolls game.

Syndicate reboot dated and trailered

Let’s face it – we just put this in to wind Lewis up. Revenge is sweet!

Download the episode here

One Comment

  1. A buddy of mine is absolutely sick of zombies in everything. He says its like the need to put salt on all his food. Really more salt?!

    I don’t mind zombies in games, I haven’t reached my saturation point yet. But I will admit, that zombies are pretty proliferate in our media these days.

    Just picked up Dead island, have to jump in that and open me up some suit cases.

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