BRB UK 166: “I want to be Broken”

Trouble has hit Team BRB UK this week as Dan & Tim are both absent from this week’s episode, leaving a show first as Coleman assumes control. Luckily he’s wrangled his Big Red Brothers in the form of the Barrelcast’s Kev and “the Irish man” Diarmuid.

So lend your ears to the following topics of note:

  • Has Kojima left Konami?
  • PlayStation 4 gets a price drop
  • Halo 5: Guardians has a massive patch and Spartan Companies
  • Red Bull’s Destiny codes invade the UK
  • Volume Coda causes a VR debate
  • Diarmuid shreds at Rock Band 4 before finishing Life is Strange and Tales from the Borderlands
  • Kev tortures Coleman using his Super Mario Maker skills
  • Coleman plays  The Beginner’s Guide and can’t really talk much about it

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A big thanks to Paul Fake for allowing us to use his song Ode to the Traveller. If you’re in the habit of creating music and would like us to play it on the show, let us know in the comments below.

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Check out Kev’s Super Mario Maker level “Maze Raid” with the code 961B-0000-00AB-5102.

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  1. Helkillervladim

    enjoined the podcast chap`s

    sounds like Kev has gone to the dark side of Mario.

    i finally got my light up to 294 after 2 weeks of getting the game on a game show en pumping over 50 hours in it. after rage quitting destiny year 1.

    i probably buy a PlayStation vr but i rely want them to make it so you can play some of my existing games on it. would love to play battlefield or destiny on it.

    By from the Netherlands

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