BRB UK 133: Dog and Barrel

We are down and ready to get crunk, or words to that effect. Once again we are without the posh one here at team BRB UK, so that means that once again we have brought a guest to roam around the halls of Barrel Manor in Dan’s place and in terms of top guests you could grab for a podcast… you can get much better than this guy. In the past he has worked for IGN and Chair Entertainment but more importantly he’s currently the powerhouse behind the fabulous board game dedicated website Dog and Thimble, prep your ears for Hilary Goldstein.

So sit back and listen in as the guys discuss:

  • Working for one of the biggest entertainment sites in the world
  • Jumping over to Chair
  • Dog and Thimble origins
  • Guitar Hero prepares to return
  • Super shiney gold Amiibo action
  • We look at EGX Rezzed’s lineup
  • Evolve
  • The Order: 1886
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