Big Red Barrelcast 94: Ain’t Got Time To Bleed

The Big Red Barrelcast returns to tickle your eardrums with their ramblings! On this week’s episode, Kev and Dave blabber on about Rocket League, EVO2015 and Tony Hawk.

This time, they pontificate about:

  • Rocket League
  • Baseball
  • Godzilla
  • Evo2015 highlights
  • Arkham Knight patch inbound
  • Prototype remastered
  • RIP Iwata
  • Starcraft
  • Comic-Con
  • Tony Hawk 5
  • Shout outs
  • Bonus content for our lovely app owners

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.

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  1. angry jock

    I have to say Re Tony hawk that I’m quite excited I fell sway from the series just after number three I welcome to move back to it I have no problem with the graphics or style of the game I have only two concerns the price tag and the team behind being the same team who bundled the download only hd Tony hawk game and they are using same game engine to build this so if we’re just getting a larger more expensive version of that then I think I just talked myself out of it oh well it’ll be cheap one day

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