BRB UK 326: Giant Neighstacks

It’s that time of the week where we record ourselves talking about video games and upload it to the internet for you to list to… AND YOU ACTUALLY DO FOR SOME REASON?

Your hosts of DanTim and Coleman are all here – which is nice – so without further ado, here’s a podcast.

On this week’s show

  • Bungie parts ways with Activision
  • EA responds to reports of alleged Star Wars game cancellation
  • Rumour: Amazon working on new game streaming service
  • Rumour: Alleged data mine suggests SNES games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online
  • PlayStation 4’s next cross-platform game revealed
  • Tim reviews Coffee Crisis, One Strike and the Marvel Avengers STATION exhibit at London’s Excel

We apologise for the quality of this week’s episode, particularly regarding Tim’s audio. Though this was due to a technical malfunction and wasn’t anybody’s fault, we’re still kicking ourselves for not catching this sooner.

Thank you for enduring and we hope to bring you a much better standard of podcast going forward.

Thank you so much for your continued support, we truly couldn’t have kept going for this long without the best audience we could possibly wish for. For your convenience, you can simply download the MP3 by clicking HERE or you can subscribe via iTunes, RSS, Spotify or YouTube and stay up to date.

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