Episode 35: Far Cry 5 Backlash – The Limits of Satire

This week on Digital Fiasco: The Final Fantasy Remake changes hands, Nintendo Switch goes online and Take-Two goes to space, Riot Games is building a legacy. We’ll also talk about the impact of DRM on customer experience, but first we’ll talk about the Far Cry 5 petition and decide what kind of bullshit it is.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Episode 35: Far Cry 5 Backlash – The Limits of Satire

(1:19) Dandr0id Plays Horizon
(18:35) Jack McBastard Platinums Prey
(19:27) Jack McBastard plays Star Trek Bridge Crew
(35:06) Discs, Downloads and DLC Highlights
(42:49) Digital Fiasco E3 Stream Schedule
(46:33) Comparative E3 booth sizes
(50:14) El Presidente returns
(50:55) Need For Speed: Payback (Needs more Vin Diesel)
(53:30) People Can Fly partners with Square-Enix on…?
(54:52) Deck Nine Games working on Life is Strange prequel?
(55:54) Premature rumors about the PlayStation 5
(57:08) PlayStation 5 ditches APU for discrete GPU?
(1:00:32) Final Fantasy VII development changes hands
(1:04:09) Nintendo Switch Online: One step forward, one step back, one step weird
(1:12:45) Take-Two goes to space
(1:17:56) Steam Direct updates
(1:23:00) Riot Games is building a legacy
(1:29:44) Far Cry 5 petition: It’s bullshit, but of what kind?
(1:39:09) RiME, DRM, and customer experience
(1:49:34) The Options Menu: Steal This Idea
(1:51:34) Steal This Idea: Fist Fest
(1:58:52) Steal This Idea: Starflight VR
(2:08:24) Outtro

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Hailing from parts unknown, Jack McBastard is more machine than man, twisted and evil. He doesn’t agree with the other four dentists, and always stays crispy in milk.

Favorite games include Bioshock, Metal Gear Solid, Uncharted, XCOM.