Nowadays, it seems like every release is a “revisit” of an original title being redone in some way. The boys dig into the good and the bad of remasters, remakes, and reboots of old games.
VR Gaming! Is it a fad? Is it the future? Nox and Fox discuss their experience with VR gaming and of course wacky news that is out and about as well!
Epic Games has crossed the line! We talk about their acquisition of Psyonix and the complaints Bioware and Epic devs have about poor development processes. All this and more on the show!
It’s hard to envision Nox and Fox cooperating, but they found themselves coming together to overcome the heat of the kitchen in Overcooked 2. Teamwork continues as they dive into the ways games implement achievement/challenges into their games.
Nox takes his hand to modding, while Fox enjoys the industrial revolution. The topic that catches their attention? The future of gaming, will it really be as simple as cloud consoles streaming the games right to our devices???
There are some new games on the horizon, so we introduce the Player Inputs Watchlist Rating System. Starting with the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order announcement impressions. We also jump in on the discussion of accessibility options in games, as the Sekiro sparked debate is rearing on social media.
Nox actually attempted a No-death Sekiro run, meanwhile Fox prepped for speedrunning it. There was also an eccentric challenge in Rocket League for $3000 worth of items Nox dug into, while Fox was diving into Outward. The two wrap up the episode with a discussion of some of the intricacies in the speedrunning underworld of gaming.
Fox got his wish with a timely Sekiro release, and Nox continues to navigate the world of being a parent gamer. This week the two hosts discuss the free to play video game model, with it’s pros and cons, and games that do well and others that aren’t so well.