Monday, April 29, 2013


This is the final episode of the TechFixation Podcast.

We would like to send our sincerest apologies to the fans who will be left behind, we truly have loved our time with you all. And we would like to send our fondest thanks to all those who have contributed to the site and podcast.

Matt Holt - Games/Tech Editor

Caleb Smith - Tech Editor

Daniel Goad - Tech Fixation Jedi

Cameron Skayman - Entertainment Editor

Roger Havens - Reviews Editor

John Schwarts - News Editor

Greg Woolston - Junior Tech Editor

Mitchell Morgan - Former Co-Host

Morgan Powell - Former Co-Host

Connor McKervey - Contributor

Clinical Andy - Contributor

Our Families and Loved Ones who put up with our crazy dream for so long

You will still be able to find us on twitter @lordbritish and @hodgepodge42

Check out this episode!


  1. I am truly saddened that Richard and Dexter have decided to move on. Working and writing with the two of them over the past year has definitely influenced me positively and I am sure it has for others as well. Those great feelings of laughing with friends and sharing a podcast with others will surely be missed. I pray that God Blesses you in any and all future endeavors and I wish you both the best of times! HI-FI!!!

  2. Good luck guys, been great over the last 16 months. Will not be the same without a podcast to listen to on a Monday.

  3. After seeing this morning's tweet about the final ever Techfixation podcast I rapidly downloaded it to listen on my way to work. Trying not to shed a tear as you said good bye to your listeners, named checked all of the the great writers and contributors. I'm so sorry you feel you couldn't make it work but I completely understand why. I feel you should be very proud of what you've both acheived and my Monday morning bus journeys will never be the same with out your gaming and techi-goodness. I hope you continue to share with us (via social media) what games you've "licked open."
    Thank you both for being an inspiration and getting me to writing again, if it hadn't been for your support I wouldn't have written my  Love letter to Kaz or my reviews. You have always made me feel like a valued member of the Techfixation community, I've loved contributing to articles, getting #PlatinumPledge high fives and questions answered on podcasts and writing for you guys.
    The only thing I ask is that you don't completely disappear, please stay in touch via social media and PSN, as I will miss our chats if you don't. You know where to find me if you ever need a chat or someone for a night of gaming. Good luck in any future endeavours, learn from any mistakes you feel you've made but be so very proud of your acheivements and of this community you've created.
    All good things must come to an end or we would never know how good they were.
    Thanks @vdjomb