This week the guys discuss the Wal-Mart price match scheme, give their impressions of the Xbox One and PS4 one year later, and give thanks for their favorite video game features.
The Best Podcast on the Citadel, Episode 24
Don’t touch that dial now, we’re just getting started! The Best Podcast on the Citadel is here with the biggest news stories of the week, with hosts Blake Anglin and Chris Mrkvicka breaking down all the goings-on in the industry. While Blake continues to induce his own nightmares by playing The Binding of Isaac: Rebirth, Chris talks a little bit about the time he has already spent with Dragon Age: Inquisition, and the numerous hours he already has planned ahead for it. Spoiler: He likes it.
Some interesting news on the Nintendo front, as a new report suggests they have decided to open up their IPs for fan projects, including art, music covers and Let’s Play videos.The guys talk about the implications for this, and why Nintendo decided to make this move now. Whatever your thoughts on Nintendo, you can’t deny the loyalty and creativity of their fans, which could mean some killer fan projects coming down the pipeline. Should be exciting, and the legions of Let’s Players out there are probably excited about it as well.
The Xbox One and PS4 have officially been out for a year now, and both companies have celebrated successful years. While Microsoft may be celebrating with their fans, and Sony continues to tout their impressive sales numbers, we take a look at our personal experiences a year in, what the consoles have done right, and what they can improve upon.
The guys also talk about the recent Wal-Mart price matching scheme that landed some people PS4s as low as $50. Clever plan or dirty scam? With Thanksgiving approaching, TBPOTC also takes a moment to give thanks to some of their favorite video game features, because it is never too late to be appreciative of what you have been given. It’s all here and more, on The Best Podcast on the Citadel!