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The RPS Electronic Wireless Show Episode 51

RPS, but out loud!

In episode 51 of the RPS Electronic Wireless Show, Jim and John catch up on the events that have taken place in the week since we last recorded. Events like the release of some games, and some games we have played. Those are the events we experience in our lives.

There's chat about how great Tim Stone is, Jim's racism against cat people, and we ponder why RPS readers like RPGs so much. John explains why he hates Modern Warfare 3 so much, while Jim moans about BF3's doors. There's thoughts on how open we really want our worlds to be, and then, perhaps not surprisingly, we turn to Skyrim. We talk Skyrim's structure, exploration, quests and peculiarities.

We bemoan the peculiar interface decisions, talk about interactive spaces, and think about its artistry. Then to end, John goes off on a rant about why marking from 7 to 10 is actually fair reviewing.

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Apologies for the lack of jingles. The hard drive on which John stored them died during the week since we last recorded.

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John Walker

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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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