BRB UK 109: Yoshi’s What World?

This week Tim is joined by the repeat offending guests of Chris “Fake Dan” Coleman and Rik, to talk about about the latest gaming developments in the UK. Given that Tim has been quite so busy getting everything together for the Scottish Car Show, it is a good thing the others have played some games and Rik has details on a number of unreleased Nintendo titles – although it is probably a good thing Dan isn’t here to hear the name of one of those titles!

  • Dan is Dead, long live fake Dan!
  • There is no Jon, only Zool
  • Xbox One to no longer double as Dev Kits?
  • Games are as addictive as Heroin apparently
  • Rumoured Crytek UK walkout
  • Tim – Nuthin (Basically)
  • Chris – Valiant Hearts: The Great War & EA Sports UFC
  • Rik – Post-E3 Nintyness – Hyrule Warriors, Yoshi’s William World, Smash Bros, Splatoon
  • Scottish Car Show – Driveclub, Mystery games, Grid Autosport, F1 2013, Trials Fusion, Foul Play (PS4), Retro section.

N.B: BRB UK is currently running a week behind. We hope to catch up in the next week, so look out for another episode soon!

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  1. Rik

    Glad you enjoyed it guys, had am absolute blast recording it again 🙂

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