BRB UK 75: Scottish Coup D’Etat

It’s Eurogamer Expo time! To celebrate, Tim and Jon invited Eurogamer’s Tom Champion on to talk to about what to see at the Expo. We left Dan at home for this one.

This week, we ramble about:

  • Tokyo Game Show – at which stuff happened
  • Eurogamer Expo mega section
  • Grand Theft Auto V
  • PES 2014

like science fiction, actually is science fiction

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  1. Dangerous Brian

    Great show as always. I have random musings / rhetorical questions for your dis-enjoyment.

    Wasn’t there another of you, a doctor of some description…?
    Is GTA:V a golf game?
    Tom Champion: PES Dispenser
    Could Tiny Earl survive an unfortunate blender accident?
    Beer; Should it be consumed before posting here?
    When is a review not a review?
    Waffle Stomping; would you admit it? (Borrowing from the Boom)

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