TOH Podcast 24: Ready Player One and listener Q&A special

The return of Tired Old Hack naturally also means one other thing: the return of the Tired Old Hack podcast.

In episode 24 of the Tired Old Hack podcast, yer man Scullion is joined by Louise for a listener Q&A special.

After initially reviewing Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One, we both go on to answer a whole host of questions from you lovely swines, covering topics like:

• The BAFTA game awards
• Nintendo Labo
• The delay for Dark Souls on Switch
• Pokemon Switch
• Sega AGES coming to Switch
• Whether the Wii U will eventually be greater appreciated over time like the Dreamcast is

How to listen

If you’re just listening while browsing, the podcast was at the top of this article. Click play and you’re off and running.

If you’d rather have the MP3 as a downloadable file so you can stick it on your media player of choice, right-click and save this link.

If you’ve got iTunes, you can find the podcast there by searching for ‘Tired Old Hack’ or just following this link. Please subscribe if you enjoy it, and write up a wee review.

Or, if you’d rather use your own podcast app, use this feed URL to subscribe to the podcast and get access to new episodes as they’re added:

https://tiredoldhack.com/category/podcast/feed/

One thought on “TOH Podcast 24: Ready Player One and listener Q&A special

  1. Great podcast as always, really love hearing you talking through all the various subjects on gaming etc. Always room in our ears for Yer Man, Yer Lady and Yer Wee Lassie Scullion.

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