BRB UK 107: Tim Doesn’t Go To E3

Tim, Jon and special guest Coleman host this week’s BRB UK podcast. Join the three of them for:

  • Jon’s thoughts on E3
  • More E3: EA & Ubisoft and more Nintendo, basically we all want a Wii U
  • Phil Fish being odd, again
  • Sad Kojima
  • Impressions of Destiny‘s alpha

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  1. angryjock

    I think the femail protagonist issue isbeing tacled well in the indie game genre
    As we see more and more imaginotive storys and issues tacled.
    However its the fat aaa end of the market thats always slowest to change
    Same in most entertainment forms be it comparing indie film to blockbusters , comparing indie punk or rock music to a syrupy sweet pop song or even wrestling and how the wwe treat its femail employees

    Thats not to say we shouldn’t be having this conversation as anything that highlights these issues and puts pressure on the big titles to embrace change is always good

    Anyway great show guys but whats with the weeks with no show since work is begining to feel like work without you lot

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