Monthly Archives: March 2015

Review: Hackney’s Finest

Hackney’s Finest may not have the budget of movies like Snatch and Welcome to the Punch but it certainly has the brass.

Halo 5: Guardians – Hunt the Truth

After a week of teasing Halo 5: Guardians through various methods, Microsoft have released not one, but two trailers today featuring the heroes… or potential villains, of the latest installment to Microsoft’s sci-fi shooter series. These trailers also include the release date for the game, now confirmed to be October 27th 2015, exclusive to the […]

Mortal Kombat X – Official TV Spot

The release of Mortal Kombat X is getting closer by the day. The hype surrounding the game is beginning to build and Warner Bros. Entertainment is looking to stoke the flames by releasing a new TV spot. Personally, I prefer the edited version that overlays the 90’s movie theme on top of the spot but […]

Geek Speak 4: The Nope Octopuss

BRB Geek Speak had a little field trip to EGX Rezzed and BAFTA Games Awards and have returned to tell you their stories.

Review: Pints of Blood

As an ex-zombie fangirl, Alex brushed up on her end-of-the-world survival skills and attempted to kill some zombies. Pints were involved.

Hotel Transylvania 2 – Teaser Trailer

The original Hotel Transylvania was a surprisingly good family movie. Based on this teaser, Hotel Transylvania 2 appears to be following suit. Starring Adam Sandler, Andy Samberg, Selena Gomez, Steve Buscemi and Mel Brooks, the movie will be in cinemas on 9th October.

Evolve – Behemoth and New Hunters Gameplay Trailer

The latest DLC for Evolve will drop next Tuesday, introducing a new monster, in the form of the Behemoth, and four new Hunter characters, including Torvald (Assault), Crow (Trapper), Slim (Medic) and Sunny (Support). DB Sinclair and Yah Boy Shak host the video and show off the new characters on the Aviary map in this […]

Review: Pillars of Eternity

Pillars of Eternity is a triumph – easily a contender for Game of the Year. This game clicked with PacManPolarBear in a way he has not felt in over a decade.

Review: Get Hard

It may not hit all the right notes but Get Hard did get Diarmuid excited and put a smile on his face… ahem.

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