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Update: Part 2 can be found here.
Finally it’s back, the lumbering beast that is known as the Chronoludic Podcast has returned to fill you with game discussion and a little bit of confusion at times! You’ll have to take my word for it when I say that the production of EP4 was epic to say the least (which in reference to small gaming podcasts anyway). Missing hosts, dodgy microphones, anguish, lost time and a rogue lady called Pamela have tried to stop this episode from coming into being. In a veritable pendulum swing from no podcast at all, EP4 is weighing in at over 2hours and counting and for your sake I have opted to split it into two to save people passing out around the 1 hour mark.
We are joined by our usual co-hosts Mike Dunbar, Seb Wuepper and Ian Miles Cheong who stepped in at literally minutes notice (and “next time on…” music from Ockeroid). Rather than the usual format we decide to throw out the rule book and just take a look at 2011 in gaming and all the tangents that that would provide. Part one, as you see it here, is our least favourite/ least looked forward to games of 2011, which has some predictable choices and some slightly more intriguing ones. If you have noticed a few changes to the production of the podcast (and the lack of such wonderful show notes) it is because I’ve not taken on podcasting duties, aren’t you all lucky? So without further delay, take a listen to the first half, fill yourself with the nourishing Chronoludic goodness you’ve been lacking for the last few months.