BRB UK 29: Worst. Texan. Ever.

We got a bit over-excited about being back to full strength on the last episode of BRB UK – so much so that Dan was sadly indisposed for this week’s episode. But never fear! Jon and Tim are joined by Dave, BRB’s very own Podcast Wrangler, to talk a load of delicious codswallop about the week’s gaming news.

This week, Jon, Tim and Dave prattle on about:

  • Tim doesn’t want to talk about Darksiders 2
  • Jon gets excited about the upcoming Eurogamer Expo developer sessions
  • The iPhone 5 is a thing
  • Dave’s musings on PAX
  • Super Hexagon (iOS)
  • NASCAR 2011 (PS3)
  • Madden ’13 (Vita)
  • Zen Pinball 2 (Vita)
  • The Great British American Debate: Is the iPhone still relevant?

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  1. The_Toaster

    Erm, i left a review last week

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