Time really does fly when you're having fun. Fortunately we've got the antidote - the Eurogamer.net Podcast, back for a special 10th anniversary show featuring two special guests!
Leading the line as usual is host Tom Champion, who is flanked by Eurogamer.net editor Tom Bramwell and staff writer Dan Pearson. We're also delighted to welcome Jem Alexander from Sony's excellent European PlayStation Blog.
Jem didn't come alone though - he also brought a short friend with a peculiar rubber hat. Yes, thanks to Jem we are able to play with a PlayStation Move controller live on the podcast, albeit without any software. Or manners.
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PlayStation Move forms the basis of this week's news debate, but we also take the opportunity to rib Jem politely about the recent ApocalyPS3, and then afterwards to rib Jem not so politely about the recent ApocalyPS3.
There's also discussion of what we've been playing, including Metro 2033, Splinter Cell: Conviction and Tom Champion's ongoing obsession with Bad Company 2.
We even debate the financial viability of platform exclusives, the "DLC on the disc" issue stemming from BioShock 2, a certain editor's Hostachio costume, and what it's like working for Sony (Jem mainly answers that one).
Our special guest also takes the opportunity to comment definitively on whether Eurogamer.net is biased for or against things based on his experiences wandering around our offices.
- PlayStation Move unveiled
- 2K explains BioShock 2 on-disc DLC
- Metro 2033 review
- Splinter Cell: Conviction hands-on preview
The Eurogamer.net Podcast goes out at 3pm GMT every Tuesday. We haven't worked out what we'll do next week but it's sure to be an improvement.