BRB UK 256: Hullabaloo

Hey there boys and girls, it’s time for another exciting episode of the Big Red Barrel UK Podcast.

We’re still down a Dan this week but that’s okay because both Tim & Coleman are still here and they have their good friend and all round sexy Irish man Diarmuid for back up.

  • Will Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice kill your save?
  • Valve announces a new TCG… gets booed.
  • Destiny 2 has weird tie-in exclusives.
  • We take a look at some Xbox One & PlayStation 4 updates.
  • Diarmuid gets into Hellblade: Senua’s SacrificeArchangel.
  • Tim tries out Castlestorm VRChampions of the Shengha.

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  1. StealthyJoe

    Great show as always the great mystery for me is to find out who/what the G-Man is valve can just do a press conference on that and they do not need to realise any more games lol.

    I do not have a PS or a gaming rig to play VR but my mate has a vive and I love it hope it can get the level of investment and development time it deserves to get out of the initial phase of extermination and find something accessible to all. that is just thought about VR as Tim is such a great spokesman for VR.

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