BRB UK 64: Xbox One Eighty

We’re all still recovering from the onslaught of gaming goodness from E3 2013 – and we even had a Brit on the ground getting hands-on with everything (and not just games). Join Dan and Tim – Jon’s lack of mastery with a calendar precluded his presence on this week’s show – as they pick through the E3 that was.

This week, we prattle on about:

  • E3 2013 roundup
  • Microsoft’s Xbox One-80 on DRM
  • Hands on with the Xbox One
  • Hands on with the PlayStation 4

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Comments

  1. Dangerous Brian

    Good showing chaps. I cannay wait for the next podcast, it’ll be recorded on a Thursday, right..?

    Thursdays happen on Thursday, Jon…

  2. Ridcullys Hat

    I won’t be picking up anything for a while seeing as dark souls 2 is out in March and I love punishing myself with sadistically hard gameplay. It’ll probably be the OneBox as I like halo enough but I can see a price cut early in its life though. As Sony has priced theirs alot more reasonably.

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