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The Bobby Blackwolf Show

Game Devs Wanting Fair Wages, Xbox 360 Ends Production

The Bobby Blackwolf Show - April 24, 2016

DirectX creator and former CEO of WildTangent Alex St. John penned an editorial criticizing video game developers for wanting fair wages and normal working hours. Seriously? (WARNING: There is a single curse word in this segment, but it's totally warranted.) Microsoft is ending production of the Xbox 360 after 10 years. Then we take calls about VR (HTC vs. Oculus), I Am Setsune, our memories of the Xbox 360, and why Lost Odyssey really needs to become backwards compatible.

 
 
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HTC Vive First Impressions

The Bobby Blackwolf Show - April 17, 2016

This is the all Virtual Reality episode (some) people have been waiting for - the HTC Vive is here, and I go through the setup, hardware, and experiences that are currently available, including The Lab, Audioshield, Job Simulator, Apollo 11 VR, and Tilt Brush. Plus, a few weeks ago, I was on a Podcaster Roundtable panel at the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 4.0, and the panel has now been posted by the Floppy Days Vintage Computing Podcast.

 
 
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Oculus Rift Privacy Concerns, Rock Band 4 PC

The Bobby Blackwolf Show - April 10, 2016

We start off talking about both the Xbox One becoming a Dev Kit for anyone, and the upcoming shutdown of Gamepolitics. Virtual Reality still hasn't shipped to anyone, but Senator Al Franken is concerned over the Oculus Rift Privacy Policy. Rock Band 4 PC's crowdfunding campaign failed for a number of reasons. Then we take calls about Gamepolitics, Rock Band 4, and the Sacramento Indie Arcade Festival.

 
 
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No VR Hits My Doorstep, But Miitomo Hits The App Store

The Bobby Blackwolf Show - April 3, 2016

I was at the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 4.0 and saw lots of old computers, and shot a short video for the VOG Network YouTube page. Go check it out! The Oculus Rift started shipping, and then stopped due to component delays. The HTC Vive had a lot of credit card cancellations, and people are worried. (Turns out this week has been extra bad for Vive shipping...) I used the DK2 of the Oculus Rift on the new software and drivers, and it feels like a new piece of hardware... Nintendo had some controversy, but silenced it the very next day with the launch of Miitomo, their first mobile phone app. Our music break was from PC-98 music composer Noyemi K. Then we take a call about a listener's first foray into VR with the Samsung Gear VR.

 
 
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LEGO Dimensions Midway Arcade, Nintendo Leak Fakes

The Bobby Blackwolf Show - March 27, 2016

I'll be at the Vintage Computer Festival Southeast 4.0 in Roswell, GA this weekend shooting video for our YouTube channel. I am also speaking on a panel Sunday at 3PM with other local podcasters! LEGO Dimensions' final wave of physical DLC has been released, and the Midway Arcade "Gamer Kid" pack is actually worth the investment. Playstation VR sold out in seven minutes, and Sony relented and allowed people to preorder the base system this coming week. A few leaks about Nintendo have been floating about - one has been debunked, the other is most likely also fake. Then we take calls about Pokken Tournament and the leaks.

 
 

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