It looks like we finally escaped the post E3 doldrums! First up this week, Rainbow Six Siege is getting an awesome sounding cowboy mode that runs through July 16th and you can get free gear just by logging in! Because of a new deal with the Epic Store, Shenmue 3 backers won't be getting a Steam key for a year post launch (but you can always switch to the PS4 if you want). If you bought a new video card in the last month or two you are not going to be happy with today's surprise launch from Nvidia. Setup your Twitch Prime and link your Rockstar account to get free Red Dead 2 Online and GTA Online rewards. EA Access if finally coming to Playstation on July 24th. Finally, it appears that gamers are really into Farming Simulator 2019. Like, really, really into Farming Simulator 2019.
Video Game Questions
Vinny: What are some of your video game pet peeves? (Check out Vinny's Mario Maker level with code WS4-XY6-5JF!)
OptimistPrime: Which video game character would make the best roommate?
JoeColeslaw: With this being the American Fourth of July episode... Let's talk #merica! Consumers all around the globe have voice their concerns about certain Services, products, situations... be it the ability to swing through New York City in Marvel Spider-Man using the iconic Sam Raimi/Tobey Maguire webbed suit, voicing disdain towards an animated life like Hedgehog to hit the big screen, to a last-minute switch-a-roo of a game being offered through PlayStation Plus... these are examples of consumers letting their opinions be known and Through Time, getting their way.
How do you feel about companies using customer feedback to improve their products in media / gaming industry? How fine is the line between the squeakiest wheel getting Grease versus people griping and moaning, kicking and screaming until they get what they want? Will this hurt or hinder relations between companies and consumers Through Time?
Cheap & Free Video Games
- PES 2019 is out, Detroit: Become Human SE (includes Heavy Rain)
Xbox Games with Gold
- Inside ($19.99 ERP): Available July 1 to 31 on Xbox One
- Big Crown: Showdown ($12.99 ERP): Available July 16 to August 15 on Xbox One
- Castlevania: Symphony of the Night ($9.99 ERP): Available July 1 to 15 on Xbox One and Xbox 360
- Meet the Robinsons ($19.99 ERP): Available July 16 to 31 on Xbox One and Xbox 360
- Borderlands: The Handsome Collection (PS4)
- Dark Arcana: The Carnival (PS4)
- MXGP3 – The Official Motocross Videogame (PS4)
- NBA 2K Playgrounds 2 (PS4)
- Nightmares from the Deep 2: The Siren’s Call (PS4)
- Rad Rodgers (PS4)
- Rapala Fishing: Pro Series (PS4)
- Real Farm (PS4)
- Red Faction 2 (PS2)
- Rocket League (PS4)
- Tachyon Project (PS4)
- Wuppo (PS4)
Epic Games Store
- Overcooked (7/4 - 7/11)
- Cultist Simulator
- For The King
- The Escapists
Humble Indie Playstation Bundle
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