Monthly Archives: July 2015

Review: Five Tribes

Alex has played Five Tribes, a worker placement board game that she found hard not to fall in love with.

Nom Nom Galaxy – Launch Trailer

Nom Nom Galaxy arrives on PC next week and in it, you help Soup Co., a galaxy spanning soup conglomerate, to mine for soup… Yup, Q-Games are crazy.

Gaming’s Budget Problem

In an age of multimillion pound budgets and increasingly shoddy games, maybe certain publishers could learn that less is more…

Review: Broken Age

Michael reviews Broken Age, a huge Kickstarter success aiming to revive the adventure game genre. Made by the legend that is Tim Schafer then surely this game will be absolutely hilarious? Read on to find out.

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

On this week’s episode, Kev and Dave blabber on about Rocket League, EVO2015 and Tony Hawk.

Our Red Hot Articles from July

We have had some great articles hit the site in the last month and a plethora of new writers making their BRB debuts in the last month or so too.

Big Red Flix 107: F-ing Metal

This week, Dave and Jitterbug discuss Comic-Con, Ted 2, Jurassic World, American Sniper, Mad Max: Fury Road and Doctor Who.

Review: Solarversia

Alex has reviewed a debut novel by Toby Downton about a year long virtual reality game called Solarversia.

LEGO Dimensions – Unexpected Worlds Collide Trailer

When the evil mastermind Lord Vortech summons various villains to aid him in taking over the LEGO multiverse, Wyldstyle, Gandalf the Grey and Batman must join forces in taking him down. Much like Skylanders & Disney Infinity, LEGO Dimensions is a toys to life style of game that allows you to purchase new sets to scan into the […]

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