BRB UK 69: Obvious Number Joke

BigRedBarrel UK returns to form this week as Dan joins Tim and Jon for Episode 69! Join your three favourite Brits (apart from all those other Brits you like, obviously) for inevitable jokes about the number 69 and more, including:

  • Animal Crossing – again
  • Last week’s yawnsome Nintendo Direct
  • Wii U’s first-party support is as great as everyone else’s (rubbish)
  • Xbox One’s spec boost is all the megahertz
  • PS4’s day one stock is sold out
  • Dan’s catching up on the Steam sale
  • Reviews: Worms: Clan Wars, DOTA 2 and Deadpool

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Comments

  1. freakplayin

    Tut tut Tim very let down i didn’t get a shout out πŸ™ but good podcast also coughed up my fish and chips a few times πŸ™‚ keep up the good work out please give me a shout out. As for worms i like the exploding sheep lol.

  2. Cydler

    Supersheep ftw! Worms is awesome! If it’s not broke don’t fix it. Each iteration adds a few fun new mechanics and replaces some that didn’t advance tha game. Worms’ unique and enjoyable gameplay is timeless.

    Welcome back Cap’t!

  3. Dangerous Brian

    I raise you all the Super Banana Bomb, all the destructive force or the humble banana but player controlled, all wrapped up in a humourous yellow

  4. Dangerous Brian

    Great show peoples. It is agreeable to hear Dan’s sarcastic voice again.

    I raise you all the Super Banana Bomb, all the destructive force of the humble banana bomb but with a player controlled timer, all wrapped up in a humourous yellow package.

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