BRB UK 1: Familiar Voices

After an extended break, your favorite British Bastions of Blithering are back with a brand new show on a brand new site. So welcome one and all to the maiden voyage of the BigRedBarrel UK Podcast! So join Dan, Jon and Tim (previously known as Captain Average, Yamster and MightyMutt) as they wax lyrical about the general goings-on of the gaming world.

This week, they natter about:

  • Twisted Metal‘s UK delay
  • The Mass Effect 3 demo
  • Star Wars: The Old Republic
  • Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
  • The 3DS Circle Pad Pro
  • Resident Evil: Revelations
  • The Great British Debate: Is it fair to ask gamers for money before you’ve made your game?
  • WIN: Copies of Final Fantasy XIII-2 (360/PS3) and Kiss Kiss (Xbox Indie Arcade)

We appreciate you chaps taking time out of your week to listen to our show. For your convenience, you can simply download the MP3 by clicking HERE or you can subscribe via iTunes, RSS or Zune and stay up to date.

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  2. Great work guys, welcome back! 😀 Tim you were something special this episode, keep it up!

  3. I wish I was able to draw proficiently, I have a ruddy good idea for the competition. 🙁

  4. It’s good to have you back

  5. Diablos Black

    to quote thin lizzy ‘The Boys Are Back In Town!’ 😀

  6. GamerRid

    Good to have you guys back. Very funny and still as informative as ever. Now play some more games and tell as about it next week. Tim on top form, Dan as sarcastic as ever and jon as angry as only a Scotsman can be.

  7. Cydler

    I’m so glad to have the UK boys back in my ears. Dan, you may no longer be average, but you’ll always be the Captain.

  8. smurfuk

    just brilliant

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