BRB UK 26: Wie komme ich am besten zum steamroller, bitte?

Ahoy hoy! It’s time for a smidge more British gaming tomfoolery – but we’re a man down this week, so Dan and Jon are tasked with navigating the week’s news without the stabilising presence of Tim, everyone’s favourite conversational steamroller. But, fear not! Normal service should be resumed next week.

This week, Dan and Jon prattle on about:

  • PlayStation Plus has got even more ridiculous – but in a good way
  • Call of Duty: Black Ops II
  • A Gamescom-flavoured Sony round-up
    • PlayStation Plus goes bigger, but more portable
    • PSOne Classics on the Vita
    • Until Dawn
    • Wonderbook: Walking With Dinosaurs
    • Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified
    • Tear Away

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  1. The_Toaster

    Funny how the episode without Tim is 10 minutes shorter 🙂

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