BRB UK 59: Deadly Blood Dragon Premonition

Och aye the noo! It’s just Jon and Tim manning the ramparts of BRB UK towers this week, as Dan’s having to do boring grown up stuff. So join them both for a whistlestop tour of what’s been a jolly busy week in the world of vidjagames.

This week, we burble on about:

  • GTA V’s trailer hotness
  • Borderlands 2 DLC info leaking all over the place
  • Far Cry 3: Big Red Blood Dragon Night
  • GRiD 2 preview
  • Thomas Was Alone
  • Deadly Premonition: Director’s Cut

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Comments

  1. Dangerous Brian

    I take back every negative thing I’ve ever said about Scotland, it was good to hear that accent again. Shame we were missing the Average one this time but real life comes first, I guess.

    I actually want to try Deadly Premonitions now. I am a glutton for punishment when it comes to crappy games and this one sounds really crappy.

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