BRB UK 251: Hot Little Man Cave

Hey there boys and girls, are you ready for another exciting adventure with the Big Red Barrel UK Podcast?

Now we’ve knocked out 250 of these here shows, it’s time to start making our way to the next lot (which we’ve worked out should be in the year 2021 if you were wondering). So kicking off this weird and wonderful journey to episode 500 are DanTim & Coleman, who are as chatty as they are knackered… because of the heat… and age… physical fitness may also have something to do with it too.

Anyway, on this week’s show:

  • eBay takes on SNES Classic Edition scalpers.
  • Doomfist finally comes to Overwatch.
  • PlayStation Now update brings PS4 titles to the streaming service.
  • Splatoon 2 Nintendo Direct.
  • Destiny 2 Open Beta details.
  • Dan tries the LawBreakers beta.
  • Coleman & Tim head to Namco Bandai’s offices to play:
    • Dragon Ball FighterZ
    • Ni No Kuni II
    • Project Cars 2
    • Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown (with and without PSVR)
  • The Great British Debate – Is PlayStation Now worth it yet?

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  1. Coleman you are almost right. You are saying it backwards.

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