BRB Boom 52: Figga Please

It’s time, once again, to put boom in your boom and listen to BRB Boom. This week, DogsDie, Smelly Pirate and Yoshifett have geekgasms as they geek out about weight loss, bleeping texts, iPad down, peer pressure, words of the week, COD’s control style, OCD games, Phil Fish and whatever random topics come to mind.

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  1. PsuedoScion

    Full house again – nice to hear. The only impression I gathered, from watching Indie Game: The Movie, was that Phil Fish doesn’t filter his emotions – four seasons in one day. He can go from ponderous, to concerned, to angry and then to resigned in minutes – unless that’s editing. I don’t understand why people are attacking him so vehemently when Marcus Beer started the initial attack – appears to me that people just don’t like him, and used this as an excuse to unleash their dislike. Personally, I prefer some personality and found his honesty refreshing; gamers/critics can be pricks and he calls it.

  2. Omris

    Had to stop listening to this episode on the bus because I was laughing out loud to hard and getting funny looks. Good job guys! A lovely balance of digression and video game news!

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