BRB UK 51: Sweetie Slaughter

Well, hello! After a week’s interruption of podcasting courtesy of an internet-related mishap, Dan, Jon and Tim are back to prattle on about the week’s gaming news. Also, moderately uninformed rambling.

This week, we prattle about:

  • PS Plus continues to bring the awesome
  • First hints about the cost of the PlayStation 4 and its games
  • Tomb Raider (360/PS3/PC)
  • Metal Gear Solid Rising: Revengenance (360/PS3)
  • Persona 4 Golden (Vita)
  • Candy Crush (Android/iOS)
  • Jurassic Park (Android/iOS)
  • Real Racing 3 (Android/iOS)

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Comments

  1. Dangerous Brian

    Dangerous Dangerous Brian demands that the podcast be renamed Dangerous Podcast!

  2. Ridcullys Hat

    I have to wait till the end of the month, or pay day as it is otherwise known, to get Tomb Raider. (1st world problems, I know). This thing about her taking a moment to contemplate her affinity to kill is obviously a story driven thing as if she took time out the 1st 7 or 8 times the player would quickly become bored unlike the show arrow where its part of the narrative that the title character takes forever to actually become who he is in the present. Its my only complaint with the show though. You spend 5 years or whatever on an island, surrounded by psychotic mercenaries and you DON’T have the balls to do what must be done? Bugger that! Lara obviously has bigger balls than Oliver queen in that respect. It apparently takes her 5 minutes as opposed to his 5 years.

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