Episode 20 of Britain’s soon-to-be-favourite gaming podcast , The Gamebrit Podcast, returns for another round of fresh videogame talk.
This week we talk about that Street Fighter V leak, the Zelda Wii U footage, new Hearthstone cards, dodgy Amiibo toys along with all the big PlayStation news from the PlayStation Experience event, including our first look at Uncharted 4. It’s a biggy.
Games discussed this week include Crossy Road, Far Cry 4, Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions and Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare. We also check to see if Halo: The Master Chief Collection is working yet.
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Netherlands Britain’s soon-to-be favourite gaming podcast is here.
This week we talk about the Destiny launch, Amiibo pricing, The Sims 4’s blurred lines, Mercedes Benz DLC and what games are worth playing on planes.
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Nintendo UK has confirmed pricing for their upcoming line of Amiibo NFC-enabled toy figurines.
Listed on the Nintendo UK website, the first set of figures will cost £10.99 each. The first Amiibo range includes Link, Kirby, Samus, Pikachu, Mario and more. All 12 figures in the first release are now available for pre-order either from Nintendo themselves, or at Amazon or GAME.
Britain’s soon-to-be favourite gaming podcast returns — It’s episode two of The Gamebrit Podcast!
Here for a second attempt to talk videogames, this week we discuss the Nintendo 64 turning 18 years old, how next-gen has truly arrived with the arrival of Sniper Elite 3’s testicle shooting and which games have made us cry.
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