Games & Hobbies:Video Games
Anthem, Division 2, Destiny 2, Apex Legends, Fallout 76, Fortnite, Rainbow Six Siege, and even Call of Duty and Battlefield are all vying for the attention of gamers not over a period of weeks or months, but years. This is the era of Games as a Service, but are they GaaS-ing the market to a saturation point? Single Player games are not leaving, but when does the slice of the pie become to thin to justify the costs of development? We wonder what the future of these games hold, and why they never launch in the right state, and if it even matters if they do. This is all pondered on this week's episode, plus we have some real gems dropping into the store last week. An episode you will not want to miss as we dissect the gaming market.
Games that comfort us
February Filled with Gaming Flops
Apex Legends: Fortnite Usurper?
Part 2: Interview with Fableware Narrative (Sword Legacy Omen)
Interview with Fableware Narrative (Sword Legacy Omen) Part 1
Indie Interview: Horizon Shift 81 and Flump Studios
Mortal Kombat Hype?
Our PS5 Wishlist.
Plastic the Game: Indie Interview with Sean McAlister
Our Most Anticipated of 2019
Our Playstation 4 game of the year
Interview:Desert Child w/ Oscar Brittain
Vita's 2019 & PSVR essential to the Playstation Experience?
Game Sound Design & Audio Composition with Chase Bethea
Fallout 76 fated to fail and Timber Tennis
Should Sony Censor Games?
weR excited for Red Dead Redemption: Prelease
The Future of Streaming & Vita with Josh French
Do PSN Name changes matter to us?
Destiny The Show | DTS
Fallout Off the Record - A Fallout Podcast
Nintendo Power Podcast
Three Moves Ahead
Code and preview