It’s more than usual for the boys this week, as Nox branches out to creative crafting survival games and Fox gets serious with Team Fight Tactics. After an homage to the arcade classics, it’s time to say farewell to the show. Thank you so much for listening to two friends talk about their passion for video games.
Since we couldn’t fit all of E3 into one episode we go back and talk about some things in closer detail. Nox updates how game development is going, and Fox plays every Final Fantasy ever made in challenge runs….
The world's largest gaming conference deserves Player Input’s longest episode. We literally run out of time recapping just the highlights of E3. We dive into some of the most hype moments, the lowest of lows, and of course discuss games we can’t wait to get our hands on.
Stadia kicks off the E3 pre-week hype with its “Stadia Connect” conference. After discussing the even, Nox and Fox turn their eyes to next week which holds much more exciting news for gamers as companies ramp up for E3!
There are new titles releases every single day in the gaming industry, and it is becoming increasingly difficult for games to retain the players they have from jumping the boat. This week we talk about player retention strategies that have worked, haven’t worked and everything in between.
These days it’s not just about whether or not games have good graphics, but modern game development now allows the liberty to style the art of the game. Whether it’s pixel art, cell shading, photo-realism or something unique the aesthetic of the game plays a role in its players’ interaction.
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!