Batman Arkham City, FIFA 12 rage quit rant and Battlefield 3 post-beta news - hear the new PSM3 podcast NOW!
14th Oct 2011 | 13:52
On the new PSM3 podcast, we review every big PS3 release coming over the next two weeks - including PES 2012, Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One and Batman Arkham City. Plus, we reveal the latest on Battlefield 3, direct from the developers DICE - and yes, that includes the truth behind the divisive beta trial, and why the finished game is way, way better. You also get to hear PSM3 editor and podcast host, Dan Dawkins, having a live mental breakdown to some music from the 1980s.
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