We take a look at an irresponsible article from Forbes and how it misleads and misinforms consumers regarding mining. Also, Shank finds out that he is Kiryusanu.
We talk about the PC version of FFXV and how it got here. We also talk about how, despite our vastly different approaches to this game, we both still love it.
We played a lot more Kingdom Come: Deliverance. We also have a long and entertaining discussion on whether or not we’ll get new consoles in 2019, and what the specs and hardware may be.
We give you our full impressions of Kingdom Come: Deliverance and talk about what we don’t like, what we do like, and what we think this game will do for the industry moving forward. For our past interview with Warhorse Studios, the developers behind the game, check out Episode 59 of our podcast, available at gamingtheindustry.com
We played Shadow of the Colossus, Final Fantasy XII, and Hunt: Showdown alpha. And we also discuss rumors of the GTX 2070 and 2080 releasing in April this year.
We played Sea of Thieves, Total War Saga: Thrones of Britannia, and Monster Hunter World. We also look at the report regarding Microsoft looking to buy EA/Valve/PUBG Crop and discuss why this throws up many red flags for consumers.
Bradford is dead. Shank gives you his impressions of the Sea of Thieves closed beta. Discussion topics include Far Cry 5 PC system specs, Fable’s resurrection in the hands of Playground Games, and Dragon Age 4 under the wrath of EA as a “live service.”
Bradford’s mic sucks. We discuss some dope tech from CES 2018 and break down Bradford’s review of the Vega 64, including some troubling news for high end AMD GPUs for 2018.
It is 2018. Time for our obligatory “what we’re looking forward to in 2018,” episode.
We unproudly present, The Tawdry Awardz 2017! Featuring an interview with Hideo Kojima!