Big Red Barrelcast 47: Wolverines!!!!!!

The Big Red Barrelcast returns to tickle your ear drums with their ramblings! On this week’s episode, Dave and Kev blabber on about Thief, whales and tacos. Don’t forget to visit our sponsor Insert Coin Clothing and cover up your nakedness by using discount code BIGREDSAVINGS15 for 15% off your order!

This time, they pontificate about:

  • Bad service
  • Garden Warfare
  • Thief
  • 2 million play in the Titanfall beta
  • Games With Gold and PS+ updates
  • Mobile gaming numbers
  • PS4 launches in Japan
  • The Order 1886
  • Shout outs

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  1. shakysnake

    We in EU region also got pixeljunk monsters ultimate HD for vita

  2. Yakuza941

    I concur. The game is perfect for casual play, but there are enough hardcore gamers to actually give competition. In regards to the actual game mechanics and play, it stands alone. It can seem like a balance between TF and Battlefield, but it has enough refinement to give it a unique feel. It has solid, responsive shooting involving individual entities for each bullet; the movement feels smooth with well balanced momentum that complements the combat system, also, almost every character has an ability to help them traverse the entire landscape of each map. All the DLC is going to be free, seemingly, too.

    Also, I found it for 20$ retail. I would recommend picking it up.

  3. Yakuza941

    Whelp, I assumed replying would automatically quote the origin post. I was referring to PVZ: Garden Warfare.

  4. Jake

    I actually play GTA Online with the clan I’m in. We do random missions, races, and deathmatches along with coming up with our own gametypes.

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