BRB UK 148: The Big E3 Show 2015 Part One

Strap yourself in kids because it’s that time of year where Christmas, Wrestlemania and the World Cup Final all come early and are blended into some kind of thick excitement paste for gamers… of course we’re talking about E3. Without the power of Dan to reign the rest of Team BRB, Coleman & Tim have run amok with their vocal dribbling and ended up having to record not one but two E3 specials.

So listen in as we basically talk about:

  • Doom
  • Fallout 4
  • Dishonoured 2
  • Halo 5: Guardians
  • Rainbow Six Siege
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider
  • Mass Effect Andromeda
  • Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst
  • Star Wars Battlefront
  • and so much more
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  1. CloudStyle

    Great show once again! E3 was so good, across almost every platform.

    If I had any recommendation for Sony I’d say try and create a gaming Netflix. Now obviously there would have to be a limit to the amount of games you could stream in a month or else they just wouldn’t be able to maintain the servers.
    Each person pays £7.99 a month. You are given access to 3 ‘Credits’. These allow you to pick any 3 games you’d like to stream and you can carry over 1 credit if you do not use it.
    If you’d like more then the 3 credits you pay an extra £4.99 per extra credit.
    If you’d like to keep playing the game after a month you simply just set it up to take off the next months credit.
    Save files are all online so you could rent a game, skip a few months, come back and not lose any progress.
    If they create it to be more like that, I think they’d have a winning service.

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