The Lost Lighthouse A podcast brought to you by the creators of geeky community blog www.thelostlighthouse.com

February 28, 2014  
Welcome back ladies and gentlemen, for the first "proper" episode of The Weekly Rapture, brought to you by The Lost Lighthouse. This week we chat briefly about our general excitement levels after seeing the Guardians of the Galaxy and Godzilla trailers, Gary tiggles his gooch and Adam decides he hates 2014. 

We also have our main talking point, which for this week is the topic of the next-gen consoles. We discuss how well the PS4 and Xbox One seem to be doing so far, along with the games, graphics and price comparison between the two, as well as talking about which we are more likely to buy if we can ever scrape together enough doubloons from the ocean floor to afford it. We also briefly touch on the WiiU and Steam Boxes.

If you have any thoughts. questions or opinions on our terribly misinformed blather you can as always get in touch through Facebook or on Twitter @lost_lighthouse, email us at thelostlighthouse@live.co.uk or sound off in the 'leave a reply' box at the bottom of the podcast page on the website (thelostlighthouse.com).

Enjoy!
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February 24, 2014  

Hi there folks, and welcome to the first episode of The Weekly Rapture, the weekly podcast brought to you by The Lost Lighthouse. 


This being our inaugural episode, it is just a short one really just to explain what we are planning to do with the podcast and what the site (which you can find at thelostlighthouse.com since you asked) is all about. Those familiar with our old podcast probably won't be surprised at how quickly we stray off topic and ramble a lot.

Next episode's topic will be the next gen consoles. We will chat about the systems and how well they seem to be doing, which we are more likely to go for and why, and the games we are looking forward to the most. 

Please send us any questions you guys have, opinions on the games, and if any of you have already got a PS4 or Xbox One, let us know how your experiences have been with it so far!

You can get in touch through Facebook, via email (thelostlighthouse@live.co.uk), on Twitter @lost_lighthouse or drop us a reply on the podcast page of the website.

Enjoy!
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