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We'll be at MomoCon and the Southern Fried Gameroom Expo in Atlanta in the coming weeks - come say hi! I played Empyrion - Galactic Survival on Steam Early Access, and give a little bit of a rundown of what could be a very ambitious open world space title. Disney Infinity 4.0 has been cancelled despite being a market leader in the Physical DLC market. Microsoft announced they can now make multi-disc Xbox 360 games backwards compatible on the Xbox One, which means Lost Odyssey (and not Blue Dragon) could soon come to the Xbox One. Then we take calls about bad RPG's that you'd tell your enemies to play, and Civilization VI causing mass work vacations in October.
Bobby will be at the Atlanta Virtual Reality Meetup on May 15th, MomoCon, and the Southern Fried Gameroom Expo in the coming month! Come say hi! We answer a lot of comments from the episode pages at VOGNetwork.com about the HTC Vive, the next PS4, and wage slave attitudes in the gaming industry. Nintendo is only bringing one game to E3 and no new console, but do we really care? NVIDIA just launched a new graphics card multiple times better than their current offering and at the same price, rendering obsolete VR-ready PC's before the VR headset even gets to consumers. Then we take calls about the Vita being underused by Sony and Early Access title Space Rogue.
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.
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.