BRB UK 152: Dammit Coleman!

Welcome to one and all of out dear listeners to another ramblefest we like to call the Big Red Barrel UK Podcast. Well it looks like the team is a man down this week as Tim has done a runner to no doubt do exciting things so that he can talk about them at great length next time. But fear not, for you still have Dr Destiny Dan and Colemiibo Coleman to keep you up to date with the world of video games.

This week we natter on about:

  • Call of Duty dominates Xbox’s backwards compatibility requests
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider finally gets revealed as multi-platform
  • Dan’s in the Street Fighter V Beta
  • Prototype comes to current gen consoles
  • PlayStation have some awesome deals
  • Coleman & Dan get to grips with Tembo the Badass Elephant
    • Plus Journey & Godzilla
  •  Team BRB UK suck at Rocket League

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  1. Rawley

    Dammit Coleman! is unquestionably ‘a thing’.

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