BRB UK 6: I Have To Toilet

It’s that time of the week for a smidge of British-tinged video game news, reviews and general burbling.  So join Dan, Jon and Tim as they navigate the news stories of the week whilst trying to produce nice sounds for your ear holes.

This week, we prattle on about:

  • GAME are in even more financial trouble
  • The Sun does their part for journalism and claims that Call of Duty is a training ground for terrorists
  • The 2012 BAFTA Video Game Awards
  • Armored Core V
  • Ridge Racer Unbounded
  • Inversion
  • Calibur11’s Mass Effect 3 Vault
  • The continuing bleating about Mass Effect 3‘s ending
  • The Great British Debate: Is on-disk DLC OK?
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Comments

  1. AussieAzzman

    You know that on-disk data wouldn’t be DLC. DLC is Downloadable Content. Get with it.

  2. danchez

    Best gaming podcast, i would like to give you review but i hate itunes and dont own any apple product, some android app or something would be great *********

  3. Marauder

    I’m so glad BRB has been created, listened to all the shows and loving the classic banter of SGUK that I had missed for a couple months 🙁 Keep up the good work lads, hope there are plenty more episodes to come! 🙂

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