E3 used to be the summer’s most exciting time for video games with all the press conferences from the biggest developers, but over time it’s slowly gone downhill with this year having no E3 at all. From going from an industry only show to one that’s completely open to fans and having some disappointing announcements, it seems like companies just didn’t want to be a part of it anymore.
Playstation’s subscription service is supposed to launch really soon (it could even be out now) and we’re curious about what benefits and services it’ll offer. Will there be PS5 exclusives available? Or will they just combine Playstation Plus and Playstation Now under one name and call it a day? We make some guesses and predictions.
Physical games offer the benefits of in-person experiences and the ability to use the cards and pieces the developers created, but digital games have an advantage of letting people play together during the time of COVID and the ability to demo games in a cost effective way.
What does Microsoft's acquisition of Activision/Blizzard mean for the future of gaming? That's what we want to talk about on the season 6 premiere of the Free Play Podcast!
How has the pandemic affected the video and board game industries?
What’s the best way to get nerds up and moving? Giving them free games in exchange for steps.
If there’s one thing nerds like, it’s learning all of the things about new games and consoles announced during E3 2019 and thats what we want to talk about.
E3 is a media circus... and we want to ride the elephant.
With the band all back together for this episode, it doesn’t take long before they are swapping stories about UFO sightings and the possibility of time travel. If you manage to make it through all of that nonsense, there is actually a bit of useful information hidden in episode 8 as Bubba, Matt and Kate talk […]