BRB UK 148: The Big E3 Show 2015 Part Two

It’s part two of Team BRB’s massive audio coverage for E3 2015 and once again we are without the posh one. Once again it’s up to Tim & Coleman to join audio forces and ramble more that anybody has ever rambled before.

Listen in as the prattling duo discuss:

  • South Park: The Fractured But Whole
  • For Honor
  • The Last Guardian
  • Horizon: Zero Dawn
  • Final Fantasy VII
  • Shenmue 3
  • Star Wars: Battlefront
  • Star Fox Zero
  • Amiibo Madness!
  • and so much more
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Comments

  1. CloudStyle

    ‘By the time this Podcast is released it will be a day away from release’ I think Tim was slightly optimistic about your time line here Coleman 🙂

    Also great show, an enjoyable quick overview of all things E3, I think Sony made some huge announcements but it’s a bit sad to see it all only appearing next year onwards. Alas we have a lot of great multi plat games coming this year to carry us over.

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