In the news, a new Star Wars game, the Fallen Order is announced from Star Wars Celebration in Chicago, Dragon Age 4, a wholly single player game is reported to have microtransactions, PubG gets banned in Nepal and finally, finally you can change your PSN username… but we wouldn’t recommend it. Also, we’ve get a Star Wars Episode IX trailer, Jim Carrey comments on the Sonic movie and we get news of the Disney Plus streaming network. All this and more on episode 160 of Rated G for Gamers.
The biggest game in a long while has finally released. They get deep into Red Dead Redemption II. Our thoughts as well as a full Review Round Up. Amid the Rockstar controversy, Eurogamer publishes an poignant article, “The Human Cost of Red Dead II”. They break down all of that info too. Also, video game preservation makes big strides thanks to some revised digital copyright laws. All that and a big pickup week for Dan and Dave on episode 137 or Rated G for Gamers.
We got a good one this week! In the studio, good friend Joe Chagan comes on to talk VR, the Germany trip and his mutual love of the Halo franchise. In our lead story, Rockstar Games defends allegations of 100 hour work weeks for Red Deed development dubbed “crunch time”, Rated G gets into the details. Also in the news, Black Ops 4 smashes sales records despite lack of a single player campaign, Sony addresses the hacking attempts via PSN messages and Paul George does another crazy PlayStation/Nike shoe collaboration. So join us for another exciting episode of Rated G.
Dave is back from vacation and they waste no time getting back into it. German videogames, Super Mario cereal and the 3 year belated anniversary at the top of the show. And pickups? You better believe the hustle don’t stop when halfway around the world. PSN, Telltale and Skyboundgames games, the Witcher Creator and Toys R’ Us are all in the news. So enjoy all this and more on episode 135 of Rated G for Gamers.