BRB UK 282: The Best PSVR Game?

Hey there my sweet and innocent listener, let us corrupt your ears with a bunch of old waffle.

We’ve got another episode of the Big Red Barrel UK Podcast with your hosts DanTim & Coleman, here to run you through all of the biggest news and topics from the world of video games.

Topics in this week’s show include:

  • Trump blames violent movies/games for youth violence
  • ESRB to add label warnings for in-game purchases
  • ReedPOP Acquires Gamer Network
  • Big changes coming to PlayStation Plus
  • Tim reviews Moss for the PSVR

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  1. Despite an attempted course correction from Dan, I repeatedly got the name of Quill (the mouse in Moss) wrong throughout this episode and also forgot to mention that I received a review code for it – However, I was not wrong about how awesome it was! I did manage to finish the game shortly after the recording and it remained fantastic right to the end and left me wanting more!

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