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The RPS Electronic Wireless Show Episode 14

Religious holidays cannot stop us. The RPS Electronic Wireless Show reaches its landmark fourteenth episode, with Jim and John in one of the RPS Castle antechambers, huddled around the recording gramophone cylinder. BioShock 2, The Secret World and Dragon Age come under intense scrutiny, as well as answering questions from the tweeting masses. More information and vital links below.

So along with pondering on the challenges that lie ahead for The Secret World, the prospects of underwater gameplay in BioShock 2, and how the hardcore will be hardhappy over Dragon Age, we find time to rant about day/night cycles in games, discuss Thief: Deadly Shadows' Cradle, and identify precisely when the RTS will stop being popular. And if you want to know how the internet will end, well, you'll have to listen.

There's also a little mention of how PC Gamer is now 200 issues old, including some memories of working there. There's stories of times spent in Kieron's old flat in Bath. Oh, and there's links you'll need. First, you need to see Jesusophile's astonishing YouTube video explaining how vaginas get full of AIDS. (Then watch all the rest, until you smash your monitor up into bits.) Also, there's the mighty I'm On A Boat music video, which links us to the end of this week's South Park.

So get the mp3 directly from here, visit its own site here, subscribe to it by RSS with this, or get it on iTunes from here. You can add to our lovely review comments with more lovely review comments, if you want.

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