Big Red Barrelcast 82: Death By Squirrel

The Big Red Barrelcast returns to tickle your ear drums with their ramblings! On this week’s episode, Kev and Dave are joined by Coleman to blabber on about Amiibo, Wolfenstein and No Man’s Sky.

This time, they pontificate about:

  • Amiibo
  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood
  • MGS and Mad Max get release dates
  • GDC News!
  • Project Morpheus
  • A No Man’s Sky update
  • Clay Fighter HD
  • WOW tokens
  • Shout outs

We’d love to give you all some sort of incredible hug immediately followed by a polite conversation about how cool you are, but frankly we can’t afford the travel expenses. So, while we save our pennies, cents, and whatever the heck Canadians use, we’ll offer you some download links to help bide the time. Subscribe here. Here’s the RSS feed.  Leave an iTunes review here. Download the mp3 here.

Comments

  1. CloudStyle

    Very good show guys. Coleman added an interesting twist to this weeks episode whilst sneakily spreading his virus across the BRB crew.

    Also I don’t think the headset will be so high in price, in fact I would go for more around the $250 – $300 maximum price set for the headset and probably see Sony start including it with certain bundles as well.

    As for The Batman rating, here are some of the reasons it was given an M by the ESRB.

    “Cutscenes depict characters getting shot (on and off camera) while restrained or unarmed. Large bloodstains/pools of blood appear in crime scenes and in the aftermath of violent acts; one room depicts a person torturing a character on a bloody operating table.

    “During the course of the game, players can shoot unarmed characters and a hostage. Neon signs in a red-light district read “live nude girls” and “XXX.” The words “b*tch,” “gobsh*te,” and “a*s” appear in the dialogue.”

    Seems pretty similar to every other Batman game then…

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