BRB UK 60: Kickstopper

The chaps of BRB UK have battled long and hard with their diaries to make sure that – for the first time in far too bloody long – they’re all in the same (virtual) place at the same time. So join Dan, Jon and Tim as they navigate the waters of the week’s gaming news.

This week, we prattle on about:

  • The OUYA’s release date gets pushed back
  • Nintendo embracing mobile app developers with the Wii U
  • The Frostbite 3 engine is more than the Wii U can take
  • Gran Turismo 6 might be on the horizon
  • Microsoft registers xboxfusion.com
  • Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon
  • Injustice: Gods Among Us
  • Worms Revolution Collection
  • The Great British Debate: Will Tim ever get his OUYA?

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Comments

  1. Dangerous Brian

    Good show chaps and may I be the first to say; Best. Debate. Evar!

  2. Ridcullys Hat

    Great cast chaps and awesome to hear the great British debate back. Although……by the time Tim gets it, he will probably not care anymore and trade it in.

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