BRB UK 140: Happy Dragon Day

Happy Dragon Day everyone and if you’ve not heard of this magical holiday then you soon will. We’ve taken a break from searching the deepest darkest parts of the gaming world to find a guest this week and instead grabbed somebody a little close to home. So this week we have one of the hosts of BRB’s on Geek Speak Podcast, Alex.

Joining forces with Coleman & Tim, this trio have been chatting about:

  • Star Wars Battlefront trailer impressions
  • Codemasters tease new Overlord title
  • Assassin’s Creed creator announces new game
  • Nintendo pledges more Amiibo stock
  • Bloodborne‘s 1.03 update
  • Pokémon Omega Ruby
  • Mortal Kombat X
  • PlayStation Vue
  • Dragon Age Inquisition
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  1. CloudStyle

    Bloodborne streams and Podcasts! Count me in!!!

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