BRB UK 72: Mental Popcorn

Join Dan and Tim – and rare special guest Jon – for yet another hour of British video game witticism. Or so they like to think, anyway.

This week, the triple-tacular trio rabble on about:

  • Shake-ups at Microsoft
  • Nintendo 2DS
  • Ill-informed (and, as it turns out, vaguely wrong) guesses at the Xbox One’s release date
  • Saints Row IV
  • The Bureau: XCOM Declassified

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  1. Dangerous Brian

    Great show all three of you!

    I struggle to care about Grand Theft Auto to be honest, the series has always bored me and now I’ve been spoiled by Saints Row.

    I’ve had a good idea for Microsoft. You know the Season Passes for games? They allow you to download all the major DLC from the in-game menu. Why can’t they tell the Xbox Live Store that those pieces of DLC have being purchased? Just mark them off! I’ve never done it myself but I know people (read: Idiots) that have bought a season pass and paid separately for some of the DLC. Why can they not communicate? It all comes from the same place.

    Dangerous Brian for Microsoft management.

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