BRB UK 261: Mario’s Nips

Hello, you sexy pod-people!

It’s the end of the week and once again things have happened in the land of video games, so it looks like it’s time for another episode of the Big Red Barrel UK Podcast. Captain Dan and his crewmates Coleman & Tim are all raring to go so without further ado… let’s do a show.

Here’s what’s on the conversational chopping block this week:

  • Mario exposes himself in a new Nintendo Direct.
  • PewDiePie is still a massive tool.
  • Bruce Straley leaves Naughty Dog.
  • We take a look at Bungie’s roadmap for Destiny 2 and give more thoughts on the game.
  • Dan tries out a little Dead Cells.
  • Tim & Coleman become petrol heads of the future with Radial-G.

Also, thank you once again to Rockstar Energy for supplying us with a bunch of codes for Destiny 2 goodies. Keep an eye on the comments below because we’ll be releasing more at random.

We appreciate you chaps taking time out of your week to listen to our show.  For your convenience, you can simply download the MP3 by clicking HERE or you can subscribe via iTunesRSS or Stitcher and stay up to date.

Thanks to Alice for this week’s cover image, we are deeply disturbed and somewhat aroused.

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Comments

  1. Ridcullys Hat

    Great show. I would write more but I’ve started another character on destiny 2 (first is a warlock) and need to level my hunter.

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