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published Wednesday, Jan 28th

#025 — Tony Harts Consciousness

Britain’s soon-to-be-favourite gaming podcast, The Gamebrit Podcast is here with its 25th episode!

This week we talk about the Boomerang Rentals ‘hack’ allegations, the latest from Nintendo, directly to you and the hope that we may see a new Rock Band game pretty soon.

Games discussed include Ryse: Son of Rome, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris and WWE Immortals to name but a few.


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published Friday, Jan 16th

#024 — Chomping at the Bit

Britain’s soon-to-be-favourite gaming podcast, The Gamebrit Podcast returns with episode 24. Events occur in real-time.

This week we talk about the new Nintendo 3DS, the increase in iOS app prices and the troubles at rental company Boomerang. We also make a few predictions for the coming year.

Games discussed include The Swapper, Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, Xbox Fitness and more…


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published Monday, Jan 12th

Boomerang Rentals Issues Statement Following Alleged Security Breach

Original Article (See bottom of article for updates to this story):

UK-based Boomerang Rentals, a videogame rental service, issued a statement Monday, January 12th, following earlier allegations that customer information had been compromised.

Initial reports alluding to a possible breach surfaced on the Xbox One channel of Reddit on Friday, January 9th, inquiring speculatively as to whether customer card details could have been leaked and or stolen. Reddit user Dannytuppeny highlighted the issue, claiming that he had noticed a series of fraudulent transactions on his debit card.


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published Thursday, Jul 04th

Want To Rent Games? Here Are Your Options Post-LoveFilm

After initial rumours, followed by a few days of speculation, LoveFilm officially announced that its game rental service will no longer be available to both new and existing customers.

With the impending loss of LoveFilm as a gaming rental option, the already small UK videogame rental market is set to get even smaller.

As a result Gamebrit decided to take a look at the options left for gamers, both online and on the high-street.

Spoiler: Your choices are severely limited…