Hello there, lovelies!
We have returned from EGX mostly in one piece and have an episode filled with geeky things! This week Lauren, Alex and Jo chat some EGX things, latest news, divisive films and some good old classics.
Tune in for ramblings about:
- EGX 2017
- Detroit: Become Human and you can read Diarmuid’s preview here
- South Park: The Fractured But Whole
- Assassin’s Creed: Origins and you can Alex’s preview here
- Purrfect Date
- Hidden Agenda and you can read Alex’s preview here
- Theatre VR
- Bomber Crew
- Strange Brigade and you can read Diarmuid’s preview here
- Forgotten Anne
- Indies Unplayed
- Dune Reboot
- Watchmen TV series pilot from Damon Lindelof is a go at HBO
- Linda Hamilton returning to Terminator franchise
- A Resident Evil 2 Board game is coming from creators of Dark Souls Board Game
- Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire expansion and you can watch the trailer here
- PSA: Watch trailer for Death of Stalin here
- The Evil Within
- Kingsman: The Golden Circle
- Warner Bros. re-release of movies
The usual links:
- Listen to Geek Speak Spotify’s playlist here
- Join Destiny 2 BRB Clan here
- Join BRB Gamer Nights Group on Facebook
- Join TabletopTuesday Meetup and Instagram page
- Watch Cookies & Booze Resident Evil 7: Biohazard playthrough on BRBTV on YouTube
- Join Cookies & Booze stream every Sunday at 9 pm UK Time
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Tags: Assassin's Creed Origins, Bomber Crew, BRB @ EGX, Chef, Damon Lindelof, Dark Souls Board Game, Death of Stalin, Detroit: Become Human, Dune, EGX 2017, Forgotten Anne, Guild Wars 2: Path of Fire, hbo, Hidden Agenda, Indies Unplayed, Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Linda Hamilton, Octahendron, Purrfect Date, Resident Evil 2, South Park: The Fractured But Whole, Strange Brigade, Terminator, The Evil Within, Theatre VR, Warner Bros., Watchmen
Avatar? Agree with Jo, it’s ferngully in space. Rubbish film, only saved by the fact it’s one of the few (only?) mainstream big bucks films that seem to know how to use 3D and not just for “Whoah! Look out for these spears!” scenes.
Think the set of T5 could be interesting with the personal history between Linda Hamilton and James Cameron…