The Bobby Blackwolf Show Episode 713: June 14, 2020

 

Not-E3 Game and Console Announcements, Ed Smith Biography

  • We start off talking about the concept of "stagger breathing" and how it applies to keeping yourself available to make change without burning yourself out.
  • Persona 4 Golden is now out on Steam, finally killing the PlayStation Vita.
  • The Last Of Us Part II is quite possibly the "most accessible game ever" with over 60 accessibility options so everyone can experience the game, no matter their physical capabilities.
  • This week during Not-E3, we had a huge PlayStation 5 reveal featuring first and third party games, as well as an artist rendering of the console.
  • I read Imagine That! An autobiography about the black engineer who worked on the APF MP-1000 and The Imagination Machine in the late 1970's, Ed Smith. I profile his life, his time in the industry, and share some of his insights about the industry and his role in it as a minority.
  • During the call with OLR, we talk about how the music industry is now levying DMCA takedowns on Twitch clips, and why they have the legal right to do so.

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