BRB UK 80: Raygun Winston

This week, the boys from BRB UK were evidently caught in a disturbance of the time-space continuum; not only does this show date from before Extra Life, but Jon has also managed to join Dan and Tim.

This week, we babble on about:

  • Blockbuster UK is in trouble (again)
  • PS4 vs Xbox One comparison videos start to surface
  • PS4’s day one patch
  • Nintendo’s Wii U woes continue
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney – Dual Destinies
  • Proteus
  • COMPETITIONS! Win inappropriate Dead or Alive merchandise and a Proteus t-shirt

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Comments

  1. Ridcullys Hat

    Excellent show as always guys. I have a feeling blockbuster have been on borrowed time for a while now and this is not unexpected. Apologies to Dan for being rubbish at GTA but my helicopter skills aren’t as bad as my driving, which seem to be much better with a 3 star wanted level. Great watching Dan and Tudor cause havoc in Los Santos though.

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