So November is drawing to a close as the country slowly sinks under flood waters and we at the Lolocaust are sitting in our smoking jackets in our giant seven man bed looking back at what’s happened this month, and it’s been a good one:
Bouncy Played Assassin’s Creed III And Seemed To Have Enjoyed His Adventures
The Official Black Ops 2 Trailer Fell Foul Of YouTube’s Spam Policies
Dr Hamhock Reused An Excellent Screengrab Of The Time He Violated Wikipedia
We Ended Series Two Of Our ‘Hit’ Comedy Podcast Series With A Halloween Special And Hock Made An Awesome Poster For It
Duff Loves Fallout
Bouncy and Hock Interviewed Tin Man Games About All Things Fighting Fantasy Related
Call of Duty: Black Ops II Arrived In Bouncy’s Hands Early And He Created Some STUNNING Video Content
Duff Attempted (And Failed) To Do A One-Hour Play-Test Because He Liked Halo 4 Too Much
Then Duff Complained About Toys Based On Violent Video Games – He’s Like A Young Jack Thompson
Bouncy Watched An Old Kids TV Show He Had Forgotten About, And Hated It This Time Round
We Had A Lazy Week And Posted Up A YouTube Video Involving A Fake Phone Call
Bouncy Explained Why He Feels That Crowd-Funding Is Vital For The Future Of Gaming
Then He Explained Why He’s More Excited About The Wii Mini Than The Wii U
Far Cry 3 Got Itself A Play-Test
and finally, Bouncy Weighed In On The #1ReasonWhy Hashtag Phenomenon
And that all came in our most read/hit month since early this year. So thank you! Series 3 of the podcast is currently in production and you can get all of the previous episodes and prepare for it by subscribing on iTunes or by following us on Spreaker, you can also hear us on The Lolocaust Bantersnatch which is also available on iTunes and Spreaker.
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Oh and we also got tickets to something awesome… more on that soon.