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BritToid Ep 5: Keep calm and leave a message


6:00 AM on 12.20.2010
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Well look at us lot! We are back again with our fancy European swagga', minimalistic design and our stylish accents. This time myself (your European Community manager), Daniel Seto (the token Asian), Daniel Carniero (the not actually German who we call Germany) and Jake (the lovable giant) bring you more Euro-trash ramblings. On top of that we bring you our first ever episode to include our new Skype voicemail feature! Yes, we encourage our listeners to call in and leave us random messages to feature in the episode, and so far so good. 

This episode of BritToid sees the casts tell you what they have been playing, we discuss our prediction of the number one Christmas games and of course we discuss the idea of videogames addiction thanks to the popular BBC current affairs program, Panorama

Remember you can follow BritToid on Twitter, leave messages to BritToid.Destructoid on Skype, subscribe to us on iTunes and find us on Zune and direct download!






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