A fictitious prize to whoever cites both references in that sub header! Anyway, we've got another bumper episode for you this week that comes to you with improved microphone quality on my end, for once. Huzzah!
This episode, we catch up on all the latest new from the PlayStation Meeting and Tokyo Game Show. Plus, we discuss the PS4 Pro in detail - is it worth anyone's time and money? We cast the final judgment. Our super-duper special guest this week is the Associate Editor Robert Ramsey who drops in yet again to discuss his experiences with Destiny's latest Rise of Iron expansion. In my Indie Bin this week is Dear Esther: Landmark Edition, where (as usual) I discuss the case for its eternal fate.
We round off the show, as always, with the great questions asked by you guys in our forum thread and a little talk about what we've been playing of late. We love chatting with you guys and hearing your feedback about the 'cast, so please feel free to drop a comment in the forum thread or in the comment section below.
- News: 02:34
- PS4 Slim and PS4 Pro: 19:41
- Destiny: Rise of Iron: 31:45
- Indie Bin - Dear Esther: Landmark Edition: 40:11
- WAYP - 46:47
- Audience Questions: 51:12
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What is dead may never die!
(also, the price is right is technically a third reference, if you include the actual destiny xpac reference)
@Mega-Gazz I like your thinking. The prize is fictitious but it is indeed yours!
I think Sony should have waited until sometime next year for PS4 Pro. Everyone seems to think the timing is right because they beat Microsoft to the punch by a full year, but it's actually the other way around. PS4 is leading this generation by a large margin, yet them rushing the Pro out gives a perception that they're afraid of the Scorpio. What they should have done instead was focus more on selling PlayStation VR which is already difficult to advertise. Now on top of the launch of VR which is $400, you have another console launching only a month later for $400. Lets also not forget about the PS4 Slim at $300. On top of that you have a lot of high profile games coming out around the same time such as; Watch dogs 2, Battlefield 1, COD Infinite, Tomb raider, Dishonored, and more. If that's not bad enough one of the major selling points for the Pro, HDR is now a feature on every single PS4. It just seems to me that Sony planned everything poorly. They're trying to sell way too much hardware at the same time and whats gonna end up happening is people aren't gonna buy it. People like me for example is perfectly content with the OG PS4. I'm more excited for the new games coming out and I actually own a very good LG 4k HDR TV, but am in no rush to spend another $400 on an updated version of the same console. As a PlayStation fan I hope everything sells well, but i'm gonna sit this holiday with my OG PS4 and take a wait and see approach.
Great Podcast as always. I would of picked Lemmings or Dizzy to go on the stamps. As for the ps4 pro I can wait, probably until the ps5.
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