BRB UK 220: The Titanic of Podcasts

Hey there Pod People, we’ve got a new episode of the Big Red Barrel UK Podcast to satisfy your audio-based hunger.

Tim‘s back but Dan‘s now been struck down by sickness and Coleman is still on Holiday! However, the show must go on and luckily we have Diarmuid & Josh jumping to the recording desk.

Here are all the things they’ll be talking about:

  • Pokémon Sun & Moon plagued by a save glitch?
  • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild release date leaked.
  • Adr1ft‘s Xbox One port cancelled.
  • Xbox One game streaming coming to Oculus Rift.
  • Tim carries on with Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes but now with ships.
  • Diarmuid runs through Moto Racer 4 and Overcooked.
  • Josh plays Battlefield 1.

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Comments

  1. PapaGlitch

    Bleezey’s youth makes me sad. Keewl podcast chaps

  2. Ridcullys Hat

    Great podcast chaps. Diamond made a good host and I think you avoided the iceberg.

  3. Ridcullys Hat

    Just realised that autocorrect changed diarmuids name. Sorry. Still a good host and always funny hearing the Mickey taking about my twitter handle

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