BRB UK 87: Don’t Put it in Your Oven

Haaaaaapy New Yeeeaaaaarrrr! Belatedly, anyway. The BRB UK boys are back after their Chrimbo hollybobs and are moderately raring to go. This week, Dan and Tim are joined by Coleman to talk up some gaming goodness.

This week’s burblings feature:

  • Jon still can’t work out how Thursdays work
  • Xbox One sells over 3 million…
  • …But the PlayStation 4 sells more
  • We work out the real reason Nintendo released the 2DS
  • PES 2015 announced for the PS4, but not the XbOne
  • Titanfall multiplayer will be 6v6 (kinda)
  • Michael Bay melts down at CES
  • PlayStation Now
  • Steam Boxes ahoy!
  • Razer’s Project Christine
  • Don’t Starve
  • Halo: Spartan Assault
  • Max: The Curse of Brotherhood

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Comments

  1. Ridcullys Hat

    Fantastic cast again guys. Great use of the I.T. crowd and discworld quotes. My xmas present came after xmas and I now have a dredd tshirt and deadpool tshirt. Not exactly games related more like wearing my nerdiness with pride.

  2. Rob

    Peppa pig Pajama bottoms, say no more!

    I particulary like Dan’s explination of “latency”

    Perhaps a new feature called “Dan explains to Tm” should be a regular…

    Keep up the good work guys

    Rob

    @mran6ry

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