Hello there listeners and welcome to the place for all your nerdy needs, BRB Geek Speak! This episode was recorded during the heat wave with your hosts melting over the microphones. But we have survived (yay!) and talked about games, adventures in space, documentaries and much more, including a very special interview just for our listeners! Listen to molten Lauren, Monica and Alex geek out about:
- Yoshi’s Woolly World and all the cute Amiibo
- Mon’s docking adventures in space with Elite:Dangerous
- Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator
- Lauren plays Tales from the Borderlands Episode 3 – Catch a Ride
- Did Alex manage to derail the conversation with Game of Thrones? Yes, she did… You can also read her spoiler free review of Games of Thrones Season 5 here
- Lauren’s household is being a bit naughty with spoilers…
- The Next Great American Game directed by Douglas Morse and you can read Diarmuid’s review of the documentary here
- BEWARE! We also spoil all the plot in all the Jurassic history ever while we discuss Jurassic World! If you want to be spoiler free, skip from 37.30 to 42.20
- Lauren still tries to make ‘logic happen’ in Hollywood, bless her!
- An interview for our listeners with Head of Design of LEGO Jurassic World Mike Taylor
- Twin Peaks, past and future, and other David Lynch movies
- We loved Dune and Dragonriders of Pern… until the dolphins started talking…
- Shout outs to the lovely listeners! @Ceasis_, we are so sorry, we botched up the Irish pronunciation of your twitter name!
- At the end the butt conversation got very weird… even for Alex!
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Tags: Artemis Spaceship Bridge Simulator, BUTTS!, Douglas Morse, Dragonriders of Pern, Dune, Elite Dangerous, game of thrones, Jurassic World., LEGO Jurassic World, Mike Taylor, Rabdal, Randall, Tales from the Borderlands, The Next Great American Game, Twin Peaks, Yoshi's Woolly World
I was told this morning that, actually, it is planned for Elite Dangerous to have 400 BILLION systems to explore.
‘Billion’? Is that even possible?