Welcome to our 10th episode! Sorry we were a little late getting this one out. Today we discuss Kojima leaving Konami and the potential reasons behind it as well as speculation about what he might do next. We also tackle the critical Nintendo announcement about their foray into mobile gaming and their console codenamed NX. Lastly, we break down the leaked Phantom Dust gameplay from the product being worked on by Darkside Games before Microsoft decided to change developers. Check it out!
In today’s episode we discuss GTAV’s online heist mode dropping for consoles, the upcoming Rainbow Six Siege closed alpha, Star Citizen and its massive 100GB download size, a brief recap of February software & hardware sales for North America, and more.
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Firstly, we apologize for the lateness of this episode. We got snowed in this past Thursday and Mike and I weren’t able to meet in one location to record. We didn’t want to record via Skype at lower quality, so we delayed this episode in order to meet up and record in our normal location.
In this episode we discuss Sega’s move to develop exclusively for mobile and PC, the possibilities of VR for the future of the industry in general and Sony’s Morpheus in particular, the expanded hardware market now available on Steam, the Unreal 4 engine becoming free, and much more.
In this episode we give an overview of Steam Greenlight and highlight the recent issues with it, discuss the critical and commercial failure of Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric, and touch on a few other key stories regarding PSN sub-accounts, Nintendo’s Health Pillar, Bethesda’s upcoming E3 press conference, Star Wars Battlefront 3, and more.
We discuss the Rasberry Pi, a brand of inexpensive, single-board computers developed for the purpose of teaching basic computer science. Gamers have since utilized these small computers can also be used for emulation in a number of awesome ways. We also talk about the recent Steam release HuniePop, a puzzle game/dating sim that has a surprising amount of depth and humor. We also discuss Sony’s recent financials, Apex 2015, Nintendo’s new Content Creator Program, and more.
Today we discuss Nintendo’s recent stumbles and falters as well as possible predictions for the future of Nintendo in the virtual reality / augmented reality realm.. We even cover Amiibo and whether or not you should get one.
Welcome Power Gamers to our first episode! Today we introduce ourselves and give you a little information on our gaming background. We then move on to cover the disappointing spat of fall video games that were released broken. We also discuss one of our favorite games of all time, PHANTOM DUST!! We even throw in a little challenge to the guys over at IGN Podcast Unlocked. We challenge them to play Phantom Dust, which we are sending them, and dare them to tell us it is a bad game. Finally, we cover the interesting trend that DLC has taken in the gaming industry of late.