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The RPS Electronic Wireless Show Episode 29

Okay, okay, you can stop the email campaign, the angry letters in the post, the furious sky writing - there's a new podcast. Join Jim and John as they attempt to upset every listener from the young to the grumpy, while almost discussing videogames on a few occasions. Of course your Twitter questions fuel our rampant discussion, and indeed our dreadful manners.

People we're mindlessly rude about include Norwegians, the Pope, people who comment on RPS, people who Tweet to RPS, anyone who is young, and Kieron. But we're very polite about owls.

Matters of gaming discussion occasionally crop up. They include further discussion of GTA IV, some thoughts about the longevity of MMOs and the accompanying social responsibilities, why we stopped playing WoW, and thoughts on the possibilities for augmented reality games. And model villages. Oh no wait, that's not games is it?

There's also vital details on Jim's plan to imprison criminals in petrol stations, and what games John's dad plays. IMAGINE KNOWING EITHER OF THOSE THINGS!

Get the mp3 directly from here, subscribe to it by RSS with this, or get it on iTunes from here.

And Nocculi, send us your email address so we can interview you for discussion in the next podcast!

Meanwhile, here's what Stephen Fry used to be like in the past:

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Once one of the original co-founders of Rock Paper Shotgun, they killed me out of jealousy. I now run buried-treasure.org

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