This is our annual Pre Begasu Ballz episode! Join us as we give you a history of previous Ballz Does Begasus, as well as preview Ballz Does Begasu 3!
We played PUBG, Horizon Zero Dawn, and Barukurii Revolution. The main story tonight: the Xbox One X is good for PC gaming. We discuss how this may come to fruition. Plus, we preview next week’s Pre Begasu Ballz episode.
Bradford is dead. The developer of “A Way Out” states that the PS4 is like a 5 year old PC. We unpack this and analyze the key takeaways of this seemingly simple statement. There’s a lot more to take in than at first glance.
We breakdown the E3 press conferences and give you our thoughts on the expo overall in this obligatory Post PrE3 show.
Our obligatory annual PrE3 special where we make predictions for all the press conferences: EA, Microsoft, Bethesda, PC Gaming Show, Ubisoft, and Sony.
Bradford’s dead, but Pete is here in his stead. We played LOTRO and Destiny. Main discussion tonight: why isn’t Destiny 2 60fps on PS4 Pro? First, we explain exactly why Destiny 2 can’t and won’t be 60fps on PS4 Pro (and Scorpio). Next, we analyze the console fanboy reaction to these facts, as well as explain how this reaction exemplifies a fundamental problem in the mentality of these gamers.
Tawdry Con details are finally announced! We played The Surge, Magic, and Zelda. We also discuss Vega Frontier news, Vega consumer versions, and oh yeah – Destiny 2 had a lot of information today.
We played Prey, Zelda, and such. Dave crashes the party. Shank has words with him. Nvidia announced Volta specs. And the topic of review scores and journalistic obligations is discussed as we take a deep dive into this extremely damning subject matter. Also, Shank doesn’t know how to talk to kids. Like at all.
We played Prey, Zelda, Mario Kart, and LOTRO. The Brash Games controversy is discussed as we break down a core problem with the industry and media. And Bethesda Softworks continues to show why they simply don’t get it by treating PC gamers like second class citizens.
Bradford’s dead and no one cares. Shank played LOTRO this week with Bradford (and loved it), along with diving into Outlast 2. The console war mentality is discussed, along with a deep dive revealing not only why the console war mentality is toxic, but how it’s in fact irrelevant and deeply hypocritical.