BRB UK 48: Dead Space Me

Basically, hello, basically – it’s that time of the week for BRB UK! Sadly, the chaps are missing Dan this week, thanks to the unique way that British Telecom runs its internet connections, so join Tim, Jon and Mat for a meander around the week’s gaming news.

This week, we prattle on about:

  • Might we find out more about the PS4 on February 20th?
  • Xbox anti-used games shenanigans
  • HMV closes 66 stores
  • Ni No Kuni (PS3)
  • Dead Space 3
  • Leap Day
  • Table Top Racing
  • Fist of The North Star: Ken’s Rage 2

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Comments

  1. Ridcullys Hat

    Good show chaps and well done to Tim for presenting in Dans absence. Also great to hear mat again.

  2. Ridcullys Hat

    On the topic of banning used games, I agree with Tim. They would be shooting themselves in the foot as so many fund their gaming habit with trade ins. If they just had an activation pass, at a reasonable price, then they could still make money from the second hand market.

  3. Ridcullys Hat

    Err…..Tim? I don’t know if agreeing with you will make me more attractive to the opposite sex but you did make an excellent point. Plus, it is about time someone agreed with you. After all, when Dr Dan isn’t around you get to be in charge. Just make sure you clean the place up before he gets back

  4. mophead

    Another great show, finally found time to start listening again and this show has shown me what I’ve been missing out on. Jolly good show chaps!

  5. Good podcast. But it’s not the same without Dan.

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