Friday, 6 October 2017

The E14 Gamecast - Episode 29: "Trousers From The Waist Down"

Note From The Editor: Fans of The E14 Gamecast (and the E14 Podcasts in general), my sincerest apologies that it has been so long since the last podcast was released. In short, we had some audio issues that weren't entirely apparent during recording, which meant that the edits took significantly longer to bring to an acceptable level for release. This has now been remedied, thanks to our good friend Commander Cody of the Rogue Squadron podcast, and the episode is now available for your listening and digesting pleasure!

Episode 29 - "Trousers From The Waist Down"

Rob is joined by Blake, Brad and Joe to talk about games. We've been playing a variety of games across video games and tabletop gaming, and we have some thoughts on them!

Games discussed include Sonic Mania, Battlefield Hardline, Batman: The Telltale Series and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy!

If you want to give us your thoughts on the games we talk about, ask us questions or even suggest topics for us to talk about, you can contact us by email using podcast@emotionally14.com, tweet @emotionally14 or find us on the Emotionally14 Facebook page! For our gaming videos, check out the E14 Plays Playlist on YouTube!

Rob is on Twitter @RobWadeVision, Joe is at @ItsJoeCrouch, Brad is at @RealBradHB and you can find Blake @FuckSakeBlake!

The new E14 Gamecast theme is courtesy of Deon Van Heerden, and you can find out all about him at DeonVanHeerden.com!


About The E14 Gamecast

A place to find the gaming content for Emotionally14. We'll talk reviews, excitement, upcoming releases - Hell, we'll even play a few! If gaining perspective on Team E14's gaming habits is your bag, this is the place you can get that fix!

The E14 Gamecast is a show all about games. Initially recorded as a short chat about the Titanfall beta, the crew has talked about all sorts of subjects ranging from Eurogamer Expo, the previous console generations and general comments about what they're playing at the time.



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