BRB UK 266: Kinect, We Hardly Knew Ye

Hello Dave, it’s so nice to see you again.

Welcome to another episode of the Big Red Barrel UK Podcast, the most UK of UK-based Podcasts that has ever existed (on this website). DanTim & Coleman are all here and didn’t even change their names for Halloween… either because of laziness or a lack of imagination.

On this week’s show:

  • Nintendo announces Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp.
  • Microsoft is no longer producing the Kinect.
  • Warner Bros. ends support for LEGO Dimensions.
  • Rockstar confirms no single player DLC for Grand Theft Auto V.
  • Destiny 2 lands on PC, Dan played it and internet went insane.
  • Coleman & Dan go on an adventure in Middle-earth: Shadow of War.
  • Tim dives deep into South Park: The Fractured but Whole.

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Comments

  1. Richard Kirke

    Fun show gents. The demise of Lego Dimensions seems a shame as it is such a fun idea. But only Skylanders seems to be the only toy/video game product that the market can support (What with even Disney pulling out of this space).

  2. StealthyJoe

    RIP kinect, so sad, fruit ninja was awesome on kinect. But great show guys got guys forgot about amibos I think they are all around lol. 

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