BRB UK 198: The Evil Sticky

Hello to you lovely podcasty people.

E3’s done and we’ve recovered from last week’s huge show and are ready to get back to normal. This week’s show sees ColemanTim  joined by a very special guest host Dan Pearse, the creator of 10 Second Ninja X.

Here’s what you can expect from this week’s episode:

  • Hello Games’ three year battle with Sky UK
  • Is Beyond Good & Evil 2 still happening?
  • Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered coming to PlayStation 4
  • Fable Fortune‘s Kickstarter Canceled
  • Nintendo NX update
  • Coleman & Tim get stuck into Mirror’s Edge Catalyst
  • Tim bores everyone with Pro Evolution Soccer 2016
  • Dan takes a break from making video games ro make level’s in Doom‘s SnapMap

We appreciate you chaps taking time out of your week to listen to our show.  For your convenience, you can simply download the MP3 by clicking HERE or you can subscribe via iTunes, RSS or Stitcher and stay up to date.

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