Kickstarter moves to Canada! Google wants its own game console, despite the tepid success of the Ouya. Microsoft talks about the always-on Kinect and its new partnership with Unity. Armikrog designer Doug TenNapel has been spouting homophobic comments during his Kickstarter campaign. Plus an interview with Artifice Studio on Sang Froid: Tale of Werewolves - and Daniel visits Nintendo to play Pikmin 3, Link to the Past 2, and his top pick, the Wonderful 101.
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We talk about the 180 shift in Microsoft's DRM policy. Used games will work without issue now! Forget always online! But this is hardly the end of digital rights problems. Meanwhile Apple enters the video game industry a little more wholeheartedly than before with the new controller support in iOS 7. Watch as a decision they made on a whim can change everything. On top of that, Women in games international open a office in Montreal while Trendy Entertainment allegedly has a sexist and repressive management. Plus an interview with Ryan Creighton of Untold Entertainment. He talks about the ins and outs of making an indie game.
E3 was the most excited it's been in years! Daniel and Arman are joined by Ryan Martins to talk about the used game debacle and the PR battle between Sony and Microsoft. And we talk about the Division, Titanfall, Final Fantasy XV and D4. Plus a debate over the future of the medium. Will big budget video games survive another decade? All that and more on this week's show.
Arman and Ryan talk about the reveal of the Xbox One, the confusing PR around it and Peter Molyneux's attempts to create and then bribe a god. Plus, an interview with Monaco: What's Yours is Mine developer, Andy Schatz.