We’re back with our regularly scheduled programming and a lot happened in the past two weeks. The ESA officially cancels E3 this year. Dan and Dave discuss the future of the show and if it will even return next year. Also in the news, Gamestop copes with low sales numbers, Sony may be working on a new portable device and a new PlayStation patent suggests temperature changing controllers all on episode 354.
Episode 257 – You Don’t Negotiate with Terrorists
CD Project Red gets hit with a malicious attack and hackers grab the source code for Cyberpunk and the Witcher 3 and sell it to the highest bidder. Terraria on Stadia cancelled after developer gets locked out of his Google accounts, Axiom Verge 2 will launch on PC as an Epic Games Store exclusive and the ESA confirms details about E3 2021. All that and the Gardens Between in the Indie Game Spotlight on episode 257 of Rated G.
Episode 185 – E3 Tries to Stay Relevant
Oh boy did E3 come out with some wild news. In an effort to stay relevant, the ESA put out an announcement about E3 2020 being all about influencers, fans and media. Whatever that means. Dan and Dave breaks down all the info and weigh in with their thoughts. Also in the news, Nintendo gets back into the fitness game and GameStop closes over 200 stores. All that and more on episode 185 of Rated G for Gamers.
Episode 107 – Donkey Kong, the D.I.C.E. Awards and Dan’s Pickups
We got a jam packed episode this week. We go over what we know about Nintendo’s online service and speculate on the unknown, Metal Gear Survive gets egregious with mictotransactions, Burnout Paradise gets a remaster this year and Atari gets in on the cryptocurrency game. In our convo of the week, we talk all about the D.I.C.E. awards. So sit back, get comfy and take a listen to episode 107 of Rated G for Gamers.