BRB UK 221: Tater Games

Alrigher you sexy little taters!

As close into another weekend, it’s time for another one of those there episodes of the Big Red Barrel UK Podcast… which can only be a good thing. Dan & Coleman both return from not being on the show, so they can join back up with Tim and create some more audio-based entertainment (audiotainment?).

Here’s what’s on the chopping block of discussion for this BRB UK:

  • Rumour: Marvel vs. Capcom 4 releasing 2017
  • Facebook launches gaming platform
  • No Man’s Sky cleared of false advertisement claims by ASA
  • No Man’s Sky’s big Foundation Update
  • Dan plays No Man’s Sky (funnily enough)
  • Tim heads to Holborn for the DevelopVR conference
  • Coleman plays Watch Dogs 2, the Steep beta and a little Pokémon Sun.

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Comments

  1. Ridcullys Hat

    This was a show. It included terrible jokes and an overly long explanation by Tim. It’s always good when you guys are together and make me look like a psycho on a bus. Laughing like the joker after he has the batman testes in a piranha tank. Especially as I was on a bus travelling to university. The old people gave me some very worrying looks.

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