BRB UK 7: Gippo Manor

Lickety-split, zing-zang spillip and och aye the noo!  It’s Wednesday – and that means that it’s time for another episode of BRB UK!  Join Dan, Jon and Tim as they rummage through the week’s gaming news.

This week, your band of burbling Brits talk about:

  • Assassin’s Creed III Preview
  • Resident Evil: Operation Racoon City
  • Kid Icarus Uprising
  • The Great British Debate: Are games with pack-in accessories that completely defeat the point of it being on a handheld stupid?
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  1. Resetswitch

    I will not miss GAME one bit. Never seen a shop in multiple locations attempting to up sell so often and so aggressively especially to kids who might not have the self restraint resist.

    The game around the corner from me at Uni is still open actually, but the gits still have not dropped the flipping prices! Scandal!

    Lots of other things id like to prattle on about here but I wont take up any more room 😛

    Keep up the podcasting goodness guys! Fly that flag for the UK!

  2. Darth Nutclench

    Jon, you so should have used your 30 seconds of debate time for banging your head. Can we get the bonus feature just 8 minutes of that please? Awesome podcast chaps, have to say I only bought second hand games at GAME, and very rarely. Staff were ok though and you can tell some were reluctant to upsell merchandise as they used to do It through clenched teeth. Hope they get new jobs soon.

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