BRB UK 134: A Tale of Two Tims

What ho chaps and chapettes. If you’re a regular  listener of the BRB UK Podcast then you’ve probably guessed that we are once again without a Dan, but no bother because we’ve once again secured ourselves with another tip top guest to fill the posh one’s seat. You may know this guest for his work on the Assassin’s Creed III & Black Flag Multiplayer, that’s right… We’ve only gone and nabbed Ubisoft’s Tim Browne!

So take a listen as these fine fellows have a chat about:

  • Tim Browne’s journey from Action Replay to Ubisoft
  • GDC weekend and some of its more important topics
    • The year of VR announcements
    • Steam Link
    • High quality game engines are now free
  • Rock Band 4 is actually coming!
  • Elite Dangerous is headed to Xbox One
  • Evolve
  • Helldivers
  • OliOli2
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  1. Ridcullys Hat

    Another excellent episode and guest. Great work again chaps.

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