Bad Bit Games, host Joseph, is unboxing the long awaited Red Dead Redemption 2 Ultimate Edition and Collector's Box! Joseph talk about what type of cool stuff in this special edition box, and whether or not the Steelbook case is worth its high price tag. Red Dead Redemption 2 is out now for the Playstation 4 (PS4) Pro , and Xbox One and Xbox one One X enhanced
Scruf has finally released the PlayStation 4’s answer to the Xbox Elite Controller. At least that what Playstation gamers hope. Bad Bit Games host, Joseph goes depth on his on unboxing and under the hood with his impressions of Scruf’s latest offering.
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Marvel's Spider-Man PS4, is finally out! Which means its time to take a look at Spider-Man PS4 Collector's Edition. With a hefty price tag of $149.99 (US) and a mystery spoiler statue hidden inside. It's about time, we take a look inside, and judge whether or not this pricy PlayStation Collector's Edition is worth the price tag.
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It's finally here, The Limited Edition Spider-Man PlayStation 4 Pro has arrived! With the hype around Spider Ps4, many gamers are looking to upgrade to the new Spider-Man PS4 Pro. This episode of Bad Bit Games, Joseph will unbox the console, and discuss whether or not its worth dropping over 400 bucks on this Spidey Console.
It hasn't been the easiest for, EA with the panned Mass Effect Andromeda, Cancelation of Amy Hennig's Star Wars title, the closure of Visceral Games, and the icing on the cake that was Star Wars battlefront 2 loot box drama. It seems as though gamers are just not excited or trusting EA with Battlefield 5's disappointing pre-orders, and the lack of excitement and negative rumors surrounding Anthem. How can Electronic Arts gain back gamers trust? How can EA rebuild their reputation with gamers around the globe. Bad Bit Games host, Joseph talks about what he would do if he ran the show over at EA, what are some steps that can begin the healing process with gamers.
Former IGN Nintendo Editor Lead, Filip Miucin has been fired from the company after an investigation of plagiarism allegations of his Dead Cells being stolen from a small Youtube Channel named, Boomstick Gaming. After, being left go from IGN, and Kotaku coming out with more plagiarism claims of some of Filips older reviews coming to light. It seems rather then apologizing Filip has started to dumb down on an unintentional mistake and pointing blame on others. This episode, Bad Bit Games host Joseph takes Filip's video to task, and explain why plagiarism is an issue in the industry, and the bigger issue with Youtube's content creators.
GameStop's Power Up Pro Elite Membership, had short and unremarkable run with only lasting little under a year. With the ever changing landscape of physical gaming, and competitors the likes of Best Buy's Gamer's Club Unlocked failing, and Amazon's ever changing pre-order incentives. Was GameStop membership method bound to fail? Is this failure a sign for things to come for Gamestop?
If this generation was the Digital rise to prominence. Then next generation has to be the rise of streaming services, right? If what analysts are saying is true, companies likes of EA, Ubisoft, Sony, Google, and now Xbox are going to have to fight for the king of streaming software. From what some leaks are suggesting is that the future of code name "Scarlett" isn't just one piece of hardware, but several. Including, a hybrid streaming box and with Microsoft's push on gaming services, is this the direction gamers were hoping for the next generation?
Microsoft just dropped a bit of news that got gamers, a bit curious. At Gamescom, Microsoft will reveal a new piece of Xbox hardware and accessories. Which have got gamers wondering, could this be the start of Microsoft's push into the next generation? Bad Bit Games host Joseph, explains why gamers should keep their expectations low for a new console. But, it doesn't mean what they are revealing isn't any less exciting.
Twitter: @MrBadBit Patreon.com/makeusbetter There is finally some clarity to what some many people in the the recent weeks, call streaming the future for video games. How the next generation PlayStation 5, Xbox “Scarlett”, Nintendo Switch, will be the last generation. Leaks coming out of Google thanks to the brilliant folks over at Kotaku. It seems Google’s buying up Xbox and PlayStation executives and developers to make a hybrid streaming console called,”Yeti”. Is streaming really the future of games, or is this 2012 mobile games are the future all over again? Kotaku's Article: https://kotaku.com/sources-google-is-...
With recent news of GameStop looking for outside investors to buy out the troubled company, and after CEO and board member shake ups. It may look like the writing is on the wall for the brick and mortar retailer. With GameStop's troubled future, is this the beginning of the end for physical gaming market? Can GameStop adapt to the changing marketplace, or is it too late?
Sony isn't helping their case with gamers by not only blocking Fortnite cross-play parity with Xbox One, and the Nintendo Switch. But, even blocking PlayStation Gamers progression from being accessed on other platforms. leading players from all platforms, criticising Sony and demanding Sony change their policy on crossplay in general. Sony's issued response, isnt helping the situation. Is Sony in the wrong, or are gamers blowing things out of proportion?
During this generation gamers have been a custom to Sony's stellar conferences. Since, 2013 PlayStation has hit the ground running on first party games, and their show stopping E3 conferences. This conference has been a source of contention amongst gamers and PlayStation fans alike. With games like Last of Us Part 2, Ghost of Tsushima, Death Stranding, and Spiderman. How did gamers walk away unimpressed? Has Sony handed Microsoft an easy E3 win?
UBisoft's e3 2018 conference has ended, and well it seems like Ubisoft has another successful year at the show floor. While ubisoft focused on games like Assassin's Creed Odyssey, Beyond good and Evil 2, and The Division 2. They also showed off the dev team's behind each blockbuster hit, even letting gamers and artists influence their own games. While EA's press conference seemed to only head line Madden 19, and FIFA 19. With only a dash of Battlefield V, Anthem, and indies the likes of Sea of Solitude and Unraveled. It felt like EA was only speaking towards stockholders and not gamers. What can EA take from ubisoft conference to at least give gamers a welcoming feel? Or is EA reputation forever tarnished by lootboxes?
Bethesda's conference has arrived, and there isn't a publisher in the industry that's able to celebrate themselves like Bethesda does. With the conference focusing on devs and gamers alike. With a focus on games like Rage 2, Doom Eternal, Wolfenstein Young Blood, and most importantly Fallout 76. Was Todd Howard able to sell sceptical gamers like Joseph on the multiplayer focused survival RPG?
Microsoft had 100 minutes, 50 games, and a mission to show it's audience and gamers alike that the Xbox Division is back on track in 2019 and beyond. In the lack lustered generation that the Xbox One has had, Microsoft needed to bring exclusives, big 3rd party names, and build the a new set of Xbox Exclusive Studio into the fold, and they did just that.
With all the leaks and rumors hitting E3, it's Nintendo's Stage we know so little about. With this year being Nintendo's most ambitious in recent years. Can Nintendo rest their treehouse Live Event on the back of Smash Brothers and Pokemon for the Switch? How should Nintendo tackle 3rd party games? Most importantly, how Nintendo could win E3.
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With all the leaks and rumors hitting E3, it's Microsoft's stage we as gamers known the least about. With two hours to prove to gamers, that the Xbox One S and Xbox One X are the places to play. On this episode host Joseph, talks about how he's the most worried, yet excited to see what Xbox has to show. But, also what direction Microsoft needs to take at their E3 conference, and show they've learned from their Mistakes.
PUBG.Inc has gone out of their way to make sure there is as little competition in the Battle Royale marketplace for the last few months. Today, marks what could be an important day in the gaming industry. PUBG is suing creators of Fortnite Battle Royale, Epic Games for possible copyright infringement. Bad Bit Games host, Joseph, expresses why he thinks this move can only quicken the perception that PUBG is focused on forcing competition out of the marketplace, than actually fixing the bugs in their game.
After big single player hits from God of War, A Way Out, Far Cry 5, and others. It's safe to say gamers fears, that single player and narrative based games, are here to stay. Why, is it that some big publishers like EA, and Activision think different? Why, are some publishers trying to push the notion that a campaign focus games are dying?