Big Red Barrelcast 127: Weird Science

It’s time for another episode of the Big Red Barrelcast!

Pacman, Kev, and Dave vibrate your eardrums by babbling on about:

  • New releases
  • D.I.C.E Awards
  • Nintendo Switch News!
  • Playstation Now
  • Middle-earth: Shadow of War
  • Overwatch‘s new character
  • Torment:Tides of Numenera
  • Shoutouts

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Comments

  1. stingo

    My contribution to the military Canadians discussion – The Canadians landed at Juno beach on D-Day. They overcame stiff German opposition to push inland and establish a beachhead.

  2. shakysnake

    sorry for the late comment Congratulations Dave ! (Episode 125 comment)

  3. coives

    Another great show 🙂

    Can’t wait for Shadow of War, the first one was amazing. What do you guys think about their dlc plan? It’s a bit absurd: €100 for the gold edition with everything EXCEPT the season pass (whatever that will become)?? wtf? So basically we’ll have to shed €130+ for all the game content? Not cool!

  4. StealthyJoe

    Hi guys great show as always, many laughs. So my comments, D.I.C.E awards met, Switch no, middle-earth  yes lived the first one, overwatch not bothered, and torment is too late. 

  5. MunyucManzy

    Good talk guys! Good talk.

    Query: Did you play and finish Middle Earth: SOM on PC or Console? If you have played both, did you find it far easier on console? Because I certainly did. That game was made for console IMO. I got it on PC first cos I just upgraded my rig. But if the next is mechanically the same, i’m goin console this time round.

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