In this pre-taped episode of the show thanks to sportsball, we talk to Aaron Lemke of Unello Design. He does "Virtual Reality Experiences" and his newest release is Eden River HD, now on Steam.
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We dedicate this episode to the memory of Tony Tseng, Program Coordinator for the Game Development Program at SCAD-Atlanta. There is a GoFundMe page to help his family. Amazon.com was selling Kingdom Hearts 3 pre-orders for $41, however it has gone back up to $60 since this episode was live. Microsoft announced Hololens, their Augmented Reality device that brings the computer world into your real world - and everyone thinks it's going to compete with Oculus. Windows 10 will include Xbox One integration, including their own version of Remote Play, where you can play your Xbox One on any Windows 10 device. Fable Legends will feature cross-platform play between Windows 10 and Xbox One - maybe they learned from Street Fighter V? Then we take a call about upgrading laptops to Windows 10
Namco's patent on minigames being available during loading screens expires later this year! Bring on the innovation? Nintendo has announced the New 3DS XL for America, but they assume you already have a way to charge it. This segues into discussing how 3DS cartridge save games are not necessarily saved on the cartridge anymore. It has finally been confirmed that you can only store one set of game data on an Amiibo at a time - so when Mario Party 10 comes out, say goodbye to your Smash Bros data. Then we take calls about Nintendo's lack of A/C Adapter, the podcasting patent, Fantasy Life, and third party games on Nintendo plaftorms.
At CES, an "Oculus Killer" emerged that was anything but - it's just a tablet really close to your face, and the COO can't control his marketing team. Sony finally announced that PlayStation Now is getting a subscription service - but it's not what you had hoped. Then we take calls about the #VOGJam, the VideO Game Jam where we asked you to Create Something, Dammit. Bobby created Moon Buggy, complete with "original" "music". Then we take calls about Awesome Games Done Quick and the #VOGJam.
Several old favorites have been delisted from console digital distribution, one of which was the original Uno title, which defined the early days of Xbox Live Arcade. Xbox Live and PlayStation Network suffered some DDoS attacks, and Sony is offering a little bit of a refund, but some people say it's not enough. Then, since we got no calls, we just talk about what we might want to do in 2015 with regards to gaming, and it may have nothing to do with 2015.