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Collecting Expensive But Rubbish Games - This Week In Retro 107

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14th January 2023 59 min

For the first show of 2023 we are joined by a special guest, Mark Fixes Stuff. We talk about how a game engine (in this case Doom) can be used to recreate logical operations. We look at a report of the 8 most expensive video games you probably never want to play. Finally we say a goodbye to PC Mag in its printed form.

All that plus other chat and the Community Question Of The Week.

00:00 - Show Opening

11:58 - Can Doom Run It?

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19:08 - PC Mag it is safe to shut down

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31:40 - More Money Than Sense

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49:21 - Community Question of the Week

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