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This week we get the inside story on the original Grand Theft Auto on the PS1, and how it was inspired by Clockwork Knight on the Sega Saturn. Plus, why Lemmings 2 is not as good as the first one! Mike Dailly from DMA Design/Psygnosis chats to us.

Show Notes:

Hewson are back: http://bit.ly/1VCmm5v
Sega responds to Dreamcast 2: http://bit.ly/1TWR0s1
Every 3D realms game for £5: http://bit.ly/1QbBlz7
Doncaster’s new retro games market: http://on.fb.me/1SlLaRs
NES USB loader: http://bit.ly/20ZiIpT
Team 17 takes on 16 year old pupil: http://bit.ly/1WT0RP6
Commodore 64 MMO game, ‘Habitat’: http://bit.ly/1TcNI3a
Doom Remake special edition: http://bit.ly/1SLCzrR
Old people playing games to stop them falling over: http://bit.ly/20ZiMWT
Iran’s 140m gaming industry: http://bit.ly/1URDwMv
XCom 2 rated as perfect: http://bit.ly/1Qwl6x0
Commodore UK’s David Pleasance & Colin Proudfood are working together again: http://bit.ly/1o6plbH
WinAPE 2.0 beta 2 – Amstrad emulator for windows gets an update: http://bit.ly/1TWRhet
Karateka ported from ST to Amiga: http://bit.ly/1QbBSBe
New Sega Megadrive shmup: http://bit.ly/1LkTWra

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