This week on Digital Fiasco: Sledgehammer’s new Call of Duty revealed, That Andrzej Sapkowski is an arrogant mother…(Shut your mouth)just talking about The Witcher baby, Tencent goes head to head with Steam, Raúl Rubio cries for two days. We’ll also talk about Starbreeze talking about how awards don’t pay their bills, but first we talk about Beat Takeshi trolling a new generation of gamers. All of that and more on this episode of Digital Fiasco.
Episode 29: Beat Takeshi Hates Gamers
(1:15) Dandr0id remembers playing games, back in the day.
(2:24) Jack McBastard plays Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap
(9:11) Jack McBastard plays Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Game
(14:52) Jack McBastard plays Dreadnought
(20:10) Jack McBastard remembers Shadow of Destiny
(21:58) Jack McBastard plays The Sexy Brutale
(30:04) Discs, Downloads and DLC Highlights
(39:15) Sledgehammer goes back to WWII
(46:58) Yakuza 7?
(51:54) Dmitry Glukhovsky burns Andrzej Sapkowski to the ground
(58:14) Can Tencent take on Steam? WeGame.
(1:04:18) Criterion keeps the hope alive for more VR X-Wing
(1:10:32) 8 year old Bayonetta sells more on PC in a week than Bayonetta 2 did at launch
(1:11:54) Rime’s Raúl Rubio cried for 2 days because of NeoGAF
(1:14:06) December 10th, 1986: A day that will live in gaming infamy
(1:22:53) Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons won awards, but that won’t pay Starbreeze’s bills
(1:33:20) The Options Menu – Near Misses and Second Chances
(1:35:10) Near Misses and Second Chances – Okami
(1:46:10) Near Misses and Second Chances – Battlezone (1998)