BRB UK 209: PlayStation 4 No?

Hi-de-Hi dear listener, you doing well?

It’s BRB UK one again with Coleman & Tim to take the lead on reporting about all of those pesky video games. But wait, there’s more… Sony’s PlayStation Meeting has been and gone so it looks like that’s going to need some breaking down too. If that wasn’t enough, I Fight Bears‘ Nicoll Hunt has returned to the show to talk about Fist of Awesome, 8-Bit Waterslide and his newest games, Maximum Car.

Here’s what you can expect to hear about this week:

  • Everything from the PlayStation Meeting like the PlayStation 4 Slim, PlayStation 4 Pro & more.
  • New features coming to Xbox One’s Preview Program.
  • Nintendo announces its second mobile title with Super Mario Run.
  • Titanfall 2 absent from EA & Origin Access.
  • Tim plays the colourful Hue.
  • Coleman continues with Worms W.M.D & Abzû.

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Comments

  1. Ridcullys Hat

    Great show as always and really enjoyed the interview. I take it everyone is a bit irritated about the Sony and ps4 pro reveal. Seeing as social media has been going a little mental about it and a lot of it is a bit on the negative side.

  2. ormie52

    Evening guys. I love this show. I know there is a ton going on now with the consoles but can I suggest a segment of the podcast for some mobile games. I recently upgraded my phone and am interested in getting some good games and I love your tastes! Thanks!

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