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This week: Microsoft All-Access, Sony's cross-play, esports at The Olympics, Joe announces SeeDs of Acceptance III and a conversation with Milan Černý of SAP Global Sponsorship to discuss their partnership with Team Liquid.
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Confirmed by Sony CEO Kenichiro Yoshida speaking at IFA Technology conference in Berlin. Yoshida elaborates that “On cross-platform, our way of thinking is always that PlayStation is the best place to play…” Yoshida also goes on to say, “…we already opened some games as cross-platform with PC and some others, so we decide based on what is...
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Sony has been dealing with a lot of backlash over their crossplay policies as of late. It’s an issue that Sony has in the past chosen not to comment on, but recently, Sony Interactive America CEO Shawn Layden spoke on the topic. He said, “We’re hearing it. We’re looking at a lot of the possibilities....
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This week: Sony is locking Fortnite progress to PSN - why this will matter to you, plus we'll hear interviews collected at E3 2018 with Mutant Football League, The Spectrum Retreat and The Smach-Z handheld PC system. We'll also check out interviews from The Blizzard Arena with Surefour, Sinatraa, Mickie, Uber and Puckett.
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Sony has announced Playstation Hits, a line-up of some of the best games on PS4. The games will retail in stores and online for $20 with a red box instead of the traditional blue. Similar to the Greatest Hits editions of years past, games like The Last of Us, Metal Gear Solid 5, Yakuza 0,...
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This week: the crew breaks down the E3 2018 press conferences from the E3 show floor. The latest from Sony, Microsoft, Nintendo, Bethesda, Ubisoft and more!
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This week: Pre-E3 confirmations, our interview with CEO Gaming's Alex Jebailey, League of Legends comes to ESPN, and all the details of Pokemon coming to The Switch.
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The Crew weighs in Active Shooter, a game removed from Steam due to it's offense concept.
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This week: Esports comes to high school, #ExplainAGamePlotBadly, the future of battle royale games, God of War and streaming vs pro play - which is more worth it?
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Sony has blocked the release of Super Seducer from their platform. The game is billed as the world’s most realistic seduction simulator. Steam reviews of the game vary widely, ranging anywhere from a very positive to very negative calling the game sleazy. Source: Game Spot Image: Super Seducer via Steam Website: PUA Training, LTD
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