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Nintendo on Your Smartphone – Unscripted Access Episode #121

Unscripted Access Episode #121

Nintendo partners with DeNA to bring Nintendo IPs to mobile devices, SXSW game awards for 2014 games were announced, and Microsoft is making Windows 10 upgrades free even to pirated versions of Windows 7 and 8.1.

On this week’s project codename-filled episode of Unscripted Access, we talk a lot about some awesome and mildly bizarre video game console codenames that occurred over the year’s. Nintendo has given the codename NX to their next console, but the bigger news is that Nintendo IPs are coming to mobile devices, and will be developed by mobile app maker DeNA. SXSW game of the year awards for games in 2014 were announced, which prompted some long rants. Windows 10 is a free upgrade to Windows 7 and 8.1 computers for the first year, but more surprising is that even pirated copies of the operating systems will be eligible for the free upgrades.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #120. Unscripted Access commence!

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> Nintendo on Your Smartphone – Unscripted Access Episode #121

Unscripted Access Episode #121

Nintendo partners with DeNA to bring Nintendo IPs to mobile devices, SXSW game awards for 2014 games were announced, and Microsoft is making Windows 10 upgrades free even to pirated versions of Windows 7 and 8.1.

On this week’s project codename-filled episode of Unscripted Access, we talk a lot about some awesome and mildly bizarre video game console codenames that occurred over the year’s. Nintendo has given the codename NX to their next console, but the bigger news is that Nintendo IPs are coming to mobile devices, and will be developed by mobile app maker DeNA. SXSW game of the year awards for games in 2014 were announced, which prompted some long rants. Windows 10 is a free upgrade to Windows 7 and 8.1 computers for the first year, but more surprising is that even pirated copies of the operating systems will be eligible for the free upgrades.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #120. Unscripted Access commence!

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TGA Online Heists! - Unscripted Access Episode #120

Unscripted Access Episode #120

NVIDIA announced the Shield Android device for TVs, PlayStation 4 system update 2.50 was detailed, and Grand Theft Auto Online heists are now live.

This week, almost everyone got busy, so it was up to Anthony and John to deliver the news for the week! First on the list, John is very satisfied with his PC. Then NVIDIA announces their Shield Android device for TVs, with a product page with questionable claims. PlayStation 4 system update 2.50 is coming soon, featuring the ability to suspend games, as well as finding PSN people via your Facebook friend list. Grand Theft Auto Online finally has heists, prompting some scheming for the TGA crew. Project CARS is delayed again to mid-May again finish up the last “0.1%” of the game.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #119. Unscripted Access commence!

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> TGA Online Heists! - Unscripted Access Episode #120

Unscripted Access Episode #120

NVIDIA announced the Shield Android device for TVs, PlayStation 4 system update 2.50 was detailed, and Grand Theft Auto Online heists are now live.

This week, almost everyone got busy, so it was up to Anthony and John to deliver the news for the week! First on the list, John is very satisfied with his PC. Then NVIDIA announces their Shield Android device for TVs, with a product page with questionable claims. PlayStation 4 system update 2.50 is coming soon, featuring the ability to suspend games, as well as finding PSN people via your Facebook friend list. Grand Theft Auto Online finally has heists, prompting some scheming for the TGA crew. Project CARS is delayed again to mid-May again finish up the last “0.1%” of the game.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #119. Unscripted Access commence!

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Collectible with Metal Gear Solid V Will Cost You – Unscripted Access Episode #119

Unscripted Access Episode #119

PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Games for Gold games for the month of March 2015 were announced, Nvidia unveiled the GeForce Titan X at GDC 15, and the Metal Gear Solid V Collector’s Edition was displayed.

It is Bronson and his friend Quinn this week for Unscripted Access, and there many small news stories proliferating about the game industry. The biggest news for the week was the new games for the PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Games for Gold people. In really expensive news, Titan lives on with the Nvidia GeForce Titan X graphics card unveiled at GDC 15. In less expensive but still spendy, news is the Metal Gear Solid V collector’s edition.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #118. Unscripted Access commence!

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> Collectible with Metal Gear Solid V Will Cost You – Unscripted Access Episode #119

Unscripted Access Episode #119

PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Games for Gold games for the month of March 2015 were announced, Nvidia unveiled the GeForce Titan X at GDC 15, and the Metal Gear Solid V Collector’s Edition was displayed.

It is Bronson and his friend Quinn this week for Unscripted Access, and there many small news stories proliferating about the game industry. The biggest news for the week was the new games for the PlayStation Plus and Xbox Live Games for Gold people. In really expensive news, Titan lives on with the Nvidia GeForce Titan X graphics card unveiled at GDC 15. In less expensive but still spendy, news is the Metal Gear Solid V collector’s edition.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #118. Unscripted Access commence!

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John Empowered by Personal Computing - Unscripted Access Episode #118

Unscripted Access Episode #35

The Order: 1886 had a very mixed reception, Forza Motorsport 6 has upcoming news that “will not disappoint”, and PlayStation 4 may have a major upcoming system update.

John has a computer now, and it is running great! The Order: 1886 has been criticized for replayability issues and quick-time events. Nick responded to the criticism to the game. Forza Motorsport 6, to no one’s surprise, is coming out this holiday season, and people are promising upcoming news that “will not disappoint”. While Xbox One gets major system updates regularly, PS4 has yet to have a major system update for a while now. With Twitter messages and a PS blog manager quote, the PS4 may have a new major system update in late March.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #117. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
9:30 – John has a PC now!
55:00 – The Order: 1886, Nick responds to feedback on the game
1:16:00 – Forza 6 will have much more news soon that “will not disappoint”
1:55:00 – Upcoming PlayStation 4 major system update

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> John Empowered by Personal Computing - Unscripted Access Episode #118

Unscripted Access Episode #35

The Order: 1886 had a very mixed reception, Forza Motorsport 6 has upcoming news that “will not disappoint”, and PlayStation 4 may have a major upcoming system update.

John has a computer now, and it is running great! The Order: 1886 has been criticized for replayability issues and quick-time events. Nick responded to the criticism to the game. Forza Motorsport 6, to no one’s surprise, is coming out this holiday season, and people are promising upcoming news that “will not disappoint”. While Xbox One gets major system updates regularly, PS4 has yet to have a major system update for a while now. With Twitter messages and a PS blog manager quote, the PS4 may have a new major system update in late March.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #117. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
9:30 – John has a PC now!
55:00 – The Order: 1886, Nick responds to feedback on the game
1:16:00 – Forza 6 will have much more news soon that “will not disappoint”
1:55:00 – Upcoming PlayStation 4 major system update

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Be Stunned By The Order - Unscripted Access Episode #117

Unscripted Access Episode #117

The Order: 1886 may be one of the best current-gen console games to date, PlayStation Blog hinted at some secret games for 2015, and Project CARS is delayed again until April of this year.

Nick has finished building his new super-high-end PC, and now that the hiccups were out of the way, it now is running games flawlessly. And we swear we will get back to talking normal things more in future episodes. Nick has also played The Order: 1886, and was blown away. Seriously, it is the ultimate cinematic game on the current gen of consoles at the moment. PS4 is set to have a good year in 2015, but there are some secret titles still hidden on the release schedule. As for the realm of racing games, the racing simulator Project CARS gets another delay, but it was minor at only a couple weeks.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #116. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
36:50 – The Order: 1886 impressions by Nick McCandless!
1:25:30 – PlayStation Blog podcast hinted at some secrets for 2015.
1:48:00 – Project CARS delayed again to April 2015.

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> Be Stunned By The Order - Unscripted Access Episode #117

Unscripted Access Episode #117

The Order: 1886 may be one of the best current-gen console games to date, PlayStation Blog hinted at some secret games for 2015, and Project CARS is delayed again until April of this year.

Nick has finished building his new super-high-end PC, and now that the hiccups were out of the way, it now is running games flawlessly. And we swear we will get back to talking normal things more in future episodes. Nick has also played The Order: 1886, and was blown away. Seriously, it is the ultimate cinematic game on the current gen of consoles at the moment. PS4 is set to have a good year in 2015, but there are some secret titles still hidden on the release schedule. As for the realm of racing games, the racing simulator Project CARS gets another delay, but it was minor at only a couple weeks.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #116. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
36:50 – The Order: 1886 impressions by Nick McCandless!
1:25:30 – PlayStation Blog podcast hinted at some secrets for 2015.
1:48:00 – Project CARS delayed again to April 2015.

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Planning the Future 4K PC - Unscripted Access Episode #116

Unscripted Access Episode #116

Nick McCandless is going really big with a new PC, DirectX 12 is posting massive framerate improvements in initial benchmarks, and Bethesda will have their first ever E3 press conference this year.

For this week on Unscripted Access, Nick is looking to play multiplatform games on the PC, but what was originally was supposed to be a graphics card upgrade snowballed into full out new high-end 4K gaming PC. Speaking of PCs, DirectX 12 is shaping to be one of the next big things for PCs and Xbox One, and one particular initial benchmark shows up to a 400% increase in framerate on a specific AMD GPU compared to DX11. Titanfall 2 is probably coming to PlayStation 4, but it was hinted before, and Bethesda will have their first ever E3 press conference, which will likely build an insane amount of hype for their Fallout and Elder Scrolls series.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #115. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
0:40 – Nick McCandless is building a new PC!
1:39:00 – Xbox One February 2015 Update
1:48:00 – CEO of Stardock talks how DX12 is changing things
1:55:00 – Early testing of DX12 show increases of up to 400% on AMD GPUs
2:03:40 – Titanfall 2 is probably coming to PlayStation 4
2:19:15 – Bethesda will have first ever E3 conference

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> Planning the Future 4K PC - Unscripted Access Episode #116

Unscripted Access Episode #116

Nick McCandless is going really big with a new PC, DirectX 12 is posting massive framerate improvements in initial benchmarks, and Bethesda will have their first ever E3 press conference this year.

For this week on Unscripted Access, Nick is looking to play multiplatform games on the PC, but what was originally was supposed to be a graphics card upgrade snowballed into full out new high-end 4K gaming PC. Speaking of PCs, DirectX 12 is shaping to be one of the next big things for PCs and Xbox One, and one particular initial benchmark shows up to a 400% increase in framerate on a specific AMD GPU compared to DX11. Titanfall 2 is probably coming to PlayStation 4, but it was hinted before, and Bethesda will have their first ever E3 press conference, which will likely build an insane amount of hype for their Fallout and Elder Scrolls series.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #115. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
0:40 – Nick McCandless is building a new PC!
1:39:00 – Xbox One February 2015 Update
1:48:00 – CEO of Stardock talks how DX12 is changing things
1:55:00 – Early testing of DX12 show increases of up to 400% on AMD GPUs
2:03:40 – Titanfall 2 is probably coming to PlayStation 4
2:19:15 – Bethesda will have first ever E3 conference

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The Frightening Future - Unscripted Access Episode #115

Unscripted Access Episode #115

Sony Online Entertainment is sold to Columbus Nova, Sony sold 6.4 million PlayStation 4s last month, and Square Enix unveils the game that carried the Project Code Z project title.

For this week, Stephanie and Tori appeared! Sony Online Entertainment has been sold to an investment firm called Columbus Nova, and has been renamed Daybreak Game Company. While on the topic of online games, Nick predicted a startling future should catastrophe come to World of Warcraft. It has been a successful holiday season, with Sony selling 6.4 million PS4s and Microsoft selling even more systems. Things at Nintendo were not so peachy. After some hype, we found out Square Enix’s Project Code Z game. Also, Microsoft has a new job posting looking for someone to help build magical experiences on Kinect. We can only guess it is Milo.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #114. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
0:20 – Sony Online Entertainment has been sold to Columbus Nova.
38:00 – Numbers for PlayStation, 6.4 million PS4s sold last holiday season
43:35 – Square Enix has an underwhelming Project Code Z.
50:20 – Microsoft posted job posting to “build magical experiences” for Kinect

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> The Frightening Future - Unscripted Access Episode #115

Unscripted Access Episode #115

Sony Online Entertainment is sold to Columbus Nova, Sony sold 6.4 million PlayStation 4s last month, and Square Enix unveils the game that carried the Project Code Z project title.

For this week, Stephanie and Tori appeared! Sony Online Entertainment has been sold to an investment firm called Columbus Nova, and has been renamed Daybreak Game Company. While on the topic of online games, Nick predicted a startling future should catastrophe come to World of Warcraft. It has been a successful holiday season, with Sony selling 6.4 million PS4s and Microsoft selling even more systems. Things at Nintendo were not so peachy. After some hype, we found out Square Enix’s Project Code Z game. Also, Microsoft has a new job posting looking for someone to help build magical experiences on Kinect. We can only guess it is Milo.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #114. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
0:20 – Sony Online Entertainment has been sold to Columbus Nova.
38:00 – Numbers for PlayStation, 6.4 million PS4s sold last holiday season
43:35 – Square Enix has an underwhelming Project Code Z.
50:20 – Microsoft posted job posting to “build magical experiences” for Kinect

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The Mystery of Project Code Z - Unscripted Access Episode #114

Unscripted Access Episode #114

Square Enix teased a new game exclusive to the PlayStation 4, the PlayStation Vita is dropping some features, Spotify is coming to PS4 in the form of PlayStation Music, and Sony is having a private media event for the new PlayStation “Initiative” in February.

Not much news, so we have incorporated story time! To start off, Square Enix has a teaser site for their new PlayStation 4 exclusive, codenamed “Project Code Z”. It was very vague, and could be anything. The PlayStation Vita had news in the form of lost features, as maps, Near, and YouTube will be dropped from the system. Spotify is coming to PlayStation 4 to replace Music Unlimited, but instead will be called PlayStation Music. The folks at PlayStation are having a private media even in February, and Xbox Live Games for Gold games were announced for next month.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #113. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
0:55 – Square Enix teasing exclusive for January 31st
23:50 – PS Vita will be losing maps, Near, and YouTube
30:30 – Spotify coming to PS4, called PlayStation Music
40:40 – PlayStation to have a private media event for new PlayStation “Initiative” in Feb
1:07:00 – Xbox Live Games for Gold games announced

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> The Mystery of Project Code Z - Unscripted Access Episode #114

Unscripted Access Episode #114

Square Enix teased a new game exclusive to the PlayStation 4, the PlayStation Vita is dropping some features, Spotify is coming to PS4 in the form of PlayStation Music, and Sony is having a private media event for the new PlayStation “Initiative” in February.

Not much news, so we have incorporated story time! To start off, Square Enix has a teaser site for their new PlayStation 4 exclusive, codenamed “Project Code Z”. It was very vague, and could be anything. The PlayStation Vita had news in the form of lost features, as maps, Near, and YouTube will be dropped from the system. Spotify is coming to PlayStation 4 to replace Music Unlimited, but instead will be called PlayStation Music. The folks at PlayStation are having a private media even in February, and Xbox Live Games for Gold games were announced for next month.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #113. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
0:55 – Square Enix teasing exclusive for January 31st
23:50 – PS Vita will be losing maps, Near, and YouTube
30:30 – Spotify coming to PS4, called PlayStation Music
40:40 – PlayStation to have a private media event for new PlayStation “Initiative” in Feb
1:07:00 – Xbox Live Games for Gold games announced

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Holograms with AR - Unscripted Access Episode #113

Unscripted Access Episode #113

Microsoft hosted the Windows 10 event filled with huge news, PlayStation 4 may receive an internal revision in the near future, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is coming to PS4 and Xbox One, and a leaked poster announces Call of Duty: World at War 2.

Microsoft has the huge news this week, having recently held their information event for Windows 10. First off, Windows 7 and 8.1 users can upgrade to 10 for free during the first year. Second, HoloLens AR magic gets huge attention. For gamers, Xbox One games can stream to the Windows 10 platform. For PlayStation, Samsung has new GDDR5 memory chips that may find their way into a motherboard revision for the PS4. Borderlands: The Handsome Collection super-special-edition will cost $399 and be limited to 5000 units. Uncharted 4 may run over 30 fps, but will ultimately just settle for 30 fps. And a leaked poster says the next Call of Duty is World of War 2. Wow, that was a lot of big news!

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #112. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
0:30 – Microsoft hosted Windows 10 event
39:30 – Microsoft HoloLens
1:17:35 – Stream Xbox One to any Windows 10 platform
1:24:00 – PlayStation 4 Slim possible soon
2:07:00 – Borderlands: The Handsome Collection coming to PS4 and Xbox One
2:18:50 – Uncharted 4 can run over 30 fps, but going over is maybe
2:35:30 – Leaked reveal poster for Call of Duty: World at War 2

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> Holograms with AR - Unscripted Access Episode #113

Unscripted Access Episode #113

Microsoft hosted the Windows 10 event filled with huge news, PlayStation 4 may receive an internal revision in the near future, Borderlands: The Handsome Collection is coming to PS4 and Xbox One, and a leaked poster announces Call of Duty: World at War 2.

Microsoft has the huge news this week, having recently held their information event for Windows 10. First off, Windows 7 and 8.1 users can upgrade to 10 for free during the first year. Second, HoloLens AR magic gets huge attention. For gamers, Xbox One games can stream to the Windows 10 platform. For PlayStation, Samsung has new GDDR5 memory chips that may find their way into a motherboard revision for the PS4. Borderlands: The Handsome Collection super-special-edition will cost $399 and be limited to 5000 units. Uncharted 4 may run over 30 fps, but will ultimately just settle for 30 fps. And a leaked poster says the next Call of Duty is World of War 2. Wow, that was a lot of big news!

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #112. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
0:30 – Microsoft hosted Windows 10 event
39:30 – Microsoft HoloLens
1:17:35 – Stream Xbox One to any Windows 10 platform
1:24:00 – PlayStation 4 Slim possible soon
2:07:00 – Borderlands: The Handsome Collection coming to PS4 and Xbox One
2:18:50 – Uncharted 4 can run over 30 fps, but going over is maybe
2:35:30 – Leaked reveal poster for Call of Duty: World at War 2

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Supply and Demand - Unscripted Access Episode #112

Unscripted Access Episode #112

Nintendo Direct announced the New Nintendo 3DS XL and limited editions, PlayStation Now game streaming is now available, and Forza Motorsport 6 was announced.

Nintendo had some exciting news, but it is really hard to buy the stuff they announced. In addition to Amiibo difficulties, the New Nintendo 3DS XL was announced for North America, with a Majora’s Mask limited edition system that sold out in fifteen minutes. And yes, new games were announced too, including a new Fire Emblem and various released dates. The gaming journalism world was shaken up a bit, as Kinda Funny was formed from former IGN editors. PlayStation Now is ready to work, with a rather reasonable monthly subscription rate. Forza Motorsport 6 was announced for Xbox One, which was not a surprise considering the Forza games are coming out every year now.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #11. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
48:30 – The New! Nintendo 3DS XL and limited edition bundles
1:05:00 – New games from Nintendo Direct
1:34:10 – Major IGN editors leave
1:57:30 – PlayStation Now available for a subscription fee
2:53:20 – Forza Motorsport 6 announced

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> Supply and Demand - Unscripted Access Episode #112

Unscripted Access Episode #112

Nintendo Direct announced the New Nintendo 3DS XL and limited editions, PlayStation Now game streaming is now available, and Forza Motorsport 6 was announced.

Nintendo had some exciting news, but it is really hard to buy the stuff they announced. In addition to Amiibo difficulties, the New Nintendo 3DS XL was announced for North America, with a Majora’s Mask limited edition system that sold out in fifteen minutes. And yes, new games were announced too, including a new Fire Emblem and various released dates. The gaming journalism world was shaken up a bit, as Kinda Funny was formed from former IGN editors. PlayStation Now is ready to work, with a rather reasonable monthly subscription rate. Forza Motorsport 6 was announced for Xbox One, which was not a surprise considering the Forza games are coming out every year now.

We will leave the rest to your ears, but trust me, this is not an episode to be missed. As always, we wrap up the show answering the various questions received from our last episode from our dedicated audience who enjoyed Unscripted Access Episode #11. Unscripted Access commence!

Time Stamps
48:30 – The New! Nintendo 3DS XL and limited edition bundles
1:05:00 – New games from Nintendo Direct
1:34:10 – Major IGN editors leave
1:57:30 – PlayStation Now available for a subscription fee
2:53:20 – Forza Motorsport 6 announced

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