Geek Speak 90: Is King Arthur Bad?

Hello there listeners, it’s Geek Speak time again… YAY!

Alex & Jo are joined by James from The Inner Circle Games Network, so they can talk games, TV and movies this week.

Check us out this week and you shall hear the following topics:

  • Time Waster of the Week: Real Life Lore.
  • What Remains of Edith Finch.
  • Jo visits Madame Tussauds in London.
  • How and when did television get so good?
  • King Arthur: Legend of the Sword – Spoilers (58:00 – 1:00:15).

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  1. The Alien Experience was indeed quite cool. I went more than once as my parent’s design company did some work for them before they opened and my sisters and I got some free tickets = ) I think the first visit may have been before they officially opened too. Used to think of it years later when visiting the Trocadero but hadn’t thought of it in years. Never knew why it shut until I heard Jo’s explanation on the show = )

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