BRB UK 62: USS Genterprise

Some stuff happened this week. We’re going to talk about it. So join Dan, Jon and Tim as they dissect the Xbox One announcement, wonder why playing games seems to be playing second fiddle to watching TV on your TV and plenty more oddness from Microsoft’s Xbox event.

This week, one burbles about:

  • Jon’s adventures in London
  • Gran Turismo 6
  • Tim gives us an OUYA update
  • Star Command
  • Xbox One
  • The Great British Debate: PlayStation 4 vs Xbox One – FIGHT!

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  1. Dangerous Brian

    I remember a time when I could play Games on my Games Console. I used my TV to watch TV and used my phone to call people. I remember when a power button turned all these devices on and I could sit down to control them. *Sigh* I miss 2004… I also remember a time when I looked forward to the Xbox infinity/Fusion/8/720, then they went and ruined it by announcing a set top box with basic gaming capabilities that only works in the US and punishes people who cant afford new games or those that want to play 360 games. Sony, sign me up!

  2. Machine gun of science!

  3. Dangerous Brian

    Amanda is popular this week I see… Tim, it happened again!

  4. Ridcullys Hat

    I have noticed this Amanda person keeps getting my replies. Its rather odd. TIM! What have we done to the site? It wasn’t me and you can’t prove a thing. I also have an alibi.

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