Episode 25: May The Force Be With You

31Jan

On this weeks brand new episode of Stop, Drop and Play, it's time for the lads to tackle Star Wars. Damien, Bren and Michael discuss all aspects of the proposed new trilogy, from the announcement that JJ Abrams will direct Episode VII, to what exactly they want to see from the new movie. They also discuss whether Star Wars is the biggest movie franchise around. Also on the agenda this week is Metal Gear Rising, as Bren shares his thoughts on the demo, and there's also another spirited debate about Nintendo. Along with some other random topics, Question Time returns with some questions from the great people of MyIGN!

The running time is a little over an hour, with explicit language throughout. Hope you enjoy!

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Episode 24: Open to Opinionality

24Jan

The whole gang is back together this week on Stop, Drop and Play as Damien, Michael and Bren sit down to chat about the latest video game, television and movie news. The bulk of this episode is spent chatting about Nintendo's latest Direct, which featured a whole lot of news about exciting upcoming games for the Wii U. The gang also chat about the inevitable announcement of the Playstation 4, and what games they'd like to see at launch. There's also plenty more randomness thrown in, along with a goodbye and a thank you for one of Michael's favourite ever TV shows.

The episode runs for around 50 minutes (with explicit language used throughout) and we hope you enjoy it!

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Episode 23: What is Dead May Never Die

17Jan

Stop, Drop and Play is back! After their break over Christmas and New Years, Michael and Damien (minus Bren, who'll be back next week!) return to chat about all the stuff they're looking forward to this year in the realms of TV, Film and Video Games. There's plenty on the agenda this week as the lads chat about Dishonored, Dredd, Flight, Zero Dark Thirty, Bioshock, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones and lots lots more including some New Years Resolutions! Returning along with the lads is Question Time, our weekly segment where we answer your questions.

The running time is around 80 minutes, hopefully you'll enjoy mostly every second of it :)

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