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Kropotkins UK Gaming News presented by SPOnG.com

A weekly Podcast giving news and latest releases in video and computer games from around Europe. Hosted by Chris O'Regan AKA Kropotkin from the SuperHappyFunTimeShow

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Kropotkins UK Gaming News Week of 20th May, 2012

BBC Sport app heads to PS3, hacker gets 18 months prison sentence for distributing Trojan horse virus via Call of Duty hack, Eden Games not closed down according to Atari and Criterion Games seeks PSVita software engineer.Running time: 00:04:10

4mins

23 May 2012

Rank #1

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Kropotkins UK Gaming News Week of 6th May, 2012

Pirate Bay website gets banned in the UK, Markus Perrson to be in Total War game and Nintendo UK boss David Yarnton suffers collapse at bike riding event.Running time: 00:03:42

3mins

9 May 2012

Rank #2

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Kropotkins UK Gaming News Week of 29th April, 2012

TimeSplitters 4 not in development, UEFA Euro 2012 add on for FIFA 12 not fully licensed, midnight store openings for Diablo 3, Nintendo opens 25,000 WiFi spots throughout Europe, GAME get Max Payne 3 exclusive content deal, PS Vita outsold by PSP in Europe and Lionhead consider their future after the departure of Peter Molyneux.Running time: 00:06:06

6mins

1 May 2012

Rank #3

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Kropotkins UK Gaming News Week of 22nd April, 2012

PC gaming expo Rezzed to launch in July, Metro declares XBL a paedophile zone, Codemasters launches new label, Splash Damage begins making iOS titles, Starbreeze buys out Overkill and MCV hands out gongs.Running time: 00:04:59

4mins

24 Apr 2012

Rank #4

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Kropotkins UK Gaming News Week of 15th April, 2012

Nintendo pulls out of Gamescom, Game Focus closes its doors, GOG.com targets Steam sales, GAME stocks new games again and Ubisoft gets sued over Rocksmith again.Running time: 05:18

5mins

16 Apr 2012

Rank #5

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Kropotkins UK Gaming News Week of 1st April, 2012

Euro Championship 2012 becomes DLC for FIFA 12, Raspberry Pi distribution blocked by lack of CE mark, former Irish GAME employees have sit in over lack of redundancy pay, GAME rescued by OpCapita, ShopTo removes GAME Reward Card scheme, Sainburys and Tescos up their game with video game retail and Good Old Games becomes GOG.comRunning time: 00:05:39

5mins

3 Apr 2012

Rank #6

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Kropotkins UK Gaming News Week of 25th March, 2012

Rocksmith UK release hit by trademark dispute, Angry Birds playgrounds to be built in the UK, Ubisoft defends its position on DRM for PC games, Sky to launch Now TV service on consoles, GAME collapses into administration, UKIE to track all PC game sales downloads and tax breaks granted to the video game industry in the UK.Running time: 00:05:39

5mins

28 Mar 2012

Rank #7

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Kropotkin's UK Gaming News Week of 18th March, 2012

4G network to launch in UK in 2012, Yakuza Dead Souls DLC gets diverted away from GAME, BBC iPlayer heads to Xbox 360 dashboard, Watchdog investigates FIFA 12 disconnections, BAFTA awards Portal 2 as game of the year, GAME heading for administration unless it finds 180 million GBP and HMV deny getting assistance from EA to sell Mass Effect 3.Running time: 05:02

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19 Mar 2012

Rank #8

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Kropotkins UK Gaming News Week of 4th March, 2012

Raspberry Pi computer signs up distribution deal, Rebellion defends Sniper Elite V2 DLC, GAME puts Gaikai on its website, Jagex cans Stellar Dawn, Echo Park and Another Place Productions formed, Dark Energy Digital closes its doors, Playdead may port Limbo to mobile platforms, and GAME could lose 2.5 million GBP over loss of Mass Effect 3 Special Edition exclusivity.Running time: 00:07:54

7mins

5 Mar 2012

Rank #9

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Kropotkins UK Gaming News - Week Ending 26 February 2012

PC port of Alan Wake makes its money back in 48 hours, developer of A-Men claims PSVita memory mapping better than PS3, Pirate Bay gets banned in the UK, Jagex claims physical copies of games to become a thing of the past, GAME unable to stock games, Gameplay closes its doors, brick and mortar retail sales drops by 25 percent, Criterion Studios opens its doors to students and EuroGamer Expo tickets go on saleRunning time: 00:08:32

8mins

28 Feb 2012

Rank #10