Hello! Welcome to yet another Eurogamer podcast, in which Bertie, Martin Robinson, Tom Bramwell and I get together to explain how our Games of the Generation list came to be. And why Spelunky's so high up in the rankings. And why Minecraft's so low. And why there aren't any MOBAs in it. Urk.

Beyond all that, we also cast a wistful glance back at the last generation, pulling out our favourite themes and our favourite moments. Remember when you first climbed the Agency Tower? Remember when you first saw all of your friends playing Oblivion? Remember when Spelunky came third on that Games of the Generation list?

If you're more interested in the future than the past, though, don't worry. We'll be providing podcasts to run alongside our PS4 and Xbox One reviews as soon as the embargoes are up. Sadly, we're not allowed to actually say when the embargoes are up, however. Good times, eh?

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