BRB UK 61: Xböx

As a week that’s going to be chock-full of news looms, it seems that the gaming world is having a week off. But, undeterred by the abject lack of stuff to talk about, Dan and Tim are joined by Dave, officially everyone’s favourite Texan, to chew the fat and generally waffle on about the week that was.

This week, we burble about:

  • Xbox Infinity rumours
  • The (presumably) fake PS4 reveal video
  • Borderlands 2‘s bandit class
  • Nimble Quest (iOS/Android)
  • Mario and Donkey Kong: Minis on The Move (3DS eShop)
  • Monster Hunter Tri Ultimate (3DS)
  • Tim interviews Nicoll Hunt, creator of the upcoming Kickstarter success Fist of Awesome

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Comments

  1. Dangerous Brian

    I’ve nothing clever to to say, so I’ll say it anyway. Thanks for the castage once more.

    I think Jon’s new accent is much better. It’s kind of American, maybe Texan?…

    New Borderlands 2 class? Colour me intrigued. New Tiny Tina DLC? Pass me the Valium.

  2. Ridcullys Hat

    Awesome cast again chaps and nice to hear Tim talking at someone in an interview. I’m not sure about the new Xbox yet but I’ve stuck with them the last 2 generations and will probably get it. As long as its as reliable as the 1st and not explode like this generation and plays games I’ll be happy. Oh, and if it has to be online all the time I’ll be very unhappy as the broadband speed in my neck of the woods is utter rubbish. That will be the real clincher for me.

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