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BritToid Ep. 20: Keep Calm and Don't Stare at The Sun

Nov 29 // Becca Roberts

Well hello there fine men and women of Destructoid, I am very pleased to announce episode 20 of BritToid is now available! How exciting!

As always we begin by rounding up what we have enjoyed playing this week, which is actually quite varied. There is some conflict around Assassin's Creed: Revelations, with some hinting at some of the events in the game but we were sure to steer away from any spoilers. 

We then take a look at some of the new games announced for the PlayStation Vita, and choose what our ideal first games would be from the list announced last week. The title for the episode this week comes from the next topic we talk about, which is the recent article in the British tabloid newspaper The Sun about Xbox Live hacking. 

Make sure you follow BritToid on Twitter for updates and get involved with Dtoid EU on the emailer. BritToid is available to download directly or through iTunes and you can also subscribe to us there.

The lovely music tracks for this week are Amon Tobin - Bloodstone and Venetian Snares - Öngyilkos Vasárnap.


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