BRB UK 113: Unnecessary Reverb

We’re running a little behind with our orders in BRB UK towers – this show was recorded on Thursday 14th August 2014, so the news may more closely resemble olds.

For some reason best known to himself, Dan decided to record his audio in a toilet this week. Jon was duly scared off by that mental image, meaning that it’s a two-man show with Dan and Tim!

This week, we mutter about:

  • The Swapper (PS4 / Vita)
  • Get £10 PSN credit from NowTV (deal active at time of recording, may not be now)
  • A round-up from Gamescom:
    • Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare
    • BioWare’s new hotness revealed
    • Microsoft eat some humble pie, forget that Kinect exists
    • Sony are confused about why they’ve sold so many PS4s

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Comments

  1. I’ve missed you guys :'( There has been a union jack themed shape missing from my audio filled heart.

  2. Ridcullys Hat

    Where have you guys been? Glad your trying out new effects with the echo, shows initiative Dan. Thank the gaming gods that the britishness is back. Was getting a little worried there.

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