BRB UK 225: Hibbs in a Half-Shell

Whoa there you fine pod person, it’s another episode of BRB UK to stick in your ears.

After a short festive break away from the show, your pals Dan, Tim & Coleman all return to run through all this week’s gaming news, reviews and general banter (FYI General Banter was the worst member of GI Joe).

Together our heroes will tackle such topics as:

  • Mass Effect Andromeda‘s release date has finally been revealed.
  • Rime reappears, gets a new release date.
  • Forza Horizon 3 accidentally gets a huge patch.
  • Activision’s TMNT title gets pulled from digital storefronts.
  • Tim tries his hand at Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright.
  • Coleman goes Telltale mad with The Walking Dead – A New FrontierMinecraft: Story Mode.

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  1. Ridcullys Hat

    Hi Dan, bye Dan. Great way to start the new year and excellent turtles references. COWABUNGA!

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