BRB UK 118: Actual Coleman

It’s all change at BRB UK towers as we welcome a new host – BRB stalker extraordinaire Coleman – as Jon has had to shuffle his sporran to pastures new. So join Dan, Tim and Chris as they wade into the week’s news.

This week, we prattle on about:

  • We survived Extra Life – and raised loadsamoney too (check Dan and Kev’s exploits out right here)
  • Tim’s got an Oculus Rift DK2 (we don’t quite know why either)
  • Tim went to MCM London and tinkered with Assassin’s Creed Unity and Evolve
  • Armored Warfare preview
  • Shiny new PS4 firmware goodness
  • Details drop on The Dark BelowDestiny‘s first expansion
  • HNNG. November is upon us!
  • DriveClub
  • Forza Horizon 2

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Comments

  1. Ridcullys Hat

    Excellent show guys. Also its good you now have an actual Coleman as an actual presenter actually turning up on an actual Thursday to actually record the actual show. I’m going to stop saying actual now.

  2. Red_Dwarf_Posse

    Oculus Rift sounds great. Wonder if I can get it to work on my toaster laptop.

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