Blackadder Goes Forth was a fantastic series.
Your ol’ pal Jim Sterling got together with fellow movie boy Conrad Zimmerman to discuss each E3 press conference of 2016.
Original a five-part video series on YouTube, we’ve compiled our recordings as one full podcast for your listening delight.
Hear our thoughts on Electronic Arts, Bethesda, Microsoft, Ubisoft, and Sony!
Time for more stinking bullshit, delivered to you on an unwashed platter full of sick and blood. We’re here once more to bang on about the same old crap the “AAA” industry shoves down our throat, because lordy knows few other places bother.
On today’s edition of Bullshit Roundup, we’ve got two more cases of microtransactions announced for unreleased premium games, and Ubisoft is at it again with another ludicrous selection of collector’s editions for Watch Dogs 2.
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Battlefield 1 has turned a lot of heads. Its announcement video is the most liked trailer on YouTube. Hell, even I’M interested in it.
Electronic Arts executives, however, didn’t want it to happen, which is sadly true of a lot of executives in this industry. People who know nothing, yet are paid to control everything.
They’re idiots, and we’ll never know what potential future successes they killed in the womb.
Time for another slice of bullshit from the big budget games industry, served steaming for your tasty pleasures.
On today’s edition, Electronic Arts admitted to gimping Star Wars Battlefront, Family Guy did a naughty thing, and Nintendo’s overreaching ContentID policy has seen it seize ad revenue it had absolutely no right to.
Oh what fun. What giddy, giddy fun!
Plants Vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 has become one of my favorite games, and that should make me happy. I mean, it does… but it’s sort of depressing.
When AAA games come out and give you everything you expect, it’s a cause for celebration. That we DO celebrate when things do what they’re supposed to is indicative of a problem.
But seriously, I really love that game about flowers and corpses.
I swear this is NOT yet another episode about Steam Early Access! It’s actually about Street Fighter V, and games of a similar ilk.
It’s just a really, really good title for the episode this week, as we talk about “AAA” games released in a deliberately unfurnished state with content promised later down the line.
God damn, is Early AAAccess a great title, though.